Every Child is Eligible

Every child in California, from Kindergarten to 12th grade, regardless of race or family income, is eligible to participate and benefit from the Children's Educational Opportunity Act.  It’s about leveling the playing field and ensuring every child has the same educational opportunity as those from affluent families.
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Opinion: Why are so many young students carrying guns to school?
A new study by The Washington Post uncovers frightening statistics about the number of guns in school nationwide, including in Utah
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California High School Prepares Students for the Future of Auto Mechanics
A Bay Area high school in San Francisco is taking steps to ensure that there will be enough certified auto technicians and mechanics to keep up with the rising demand for electric vehicles (EVs).
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Fresno Teachers Win!
Inspiring unity and commitment to students power historic victory
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California school district writes blueprint for nationwide teacher housing
As school districts build subsidized teacher housing to combat shortages, one Silicon Valley-area district has developed a "road map" to expand projects nationwide.
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4 LA Teachers Surprised With $15,000 Jewish Educator Awards
The awards were presented during surprise assemblies by the Milken Family Foundation with Builders of Jewish Education.
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33 California schools awarded 2023 National Blue Ribbon honor
Four schools in Hacienda La Puente Unified, with 16,000 students in Los Angeles, received a National Blue Ribbon Award, the most this year from any California school district. The U.S. Department of Education announced the 353 public and private school winners nationwide, including 33 in California, on Tuesday (see pages 2 to 5 for California recipients).
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High school students need time and space to read for pleasure. Here’s why it matters.
An English teacher and a school librarian in NYC launched an effort that is helping teens increase their reading stamina.
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Most teachers are too busy to be culture warriors
A few days ago, I attended my last back-to-school night at our local public middle school. That real-world experience offered a dramatic contrast to the perpetual online brawling today between irate parents, irate teachers and irate politicians over education.
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