Private Schools Dominate the Approval Process for Reopening Niu Gao, Joseph Hayes September 23 2020 The state has approved waivers allowing more than 500 elementary schools to open in counties with the highest level of COVID-19 risk, with private schools accounting for more than nine in ten.
Schools Adjusting to the Pandemic May Also Be Affected by Wildfire Season Niu Gao, Joseph Hayes July 22 2020 As school districts across California face closures during COVID-19, schools in some parts of the state could experience further disruption due to wildfires.
School Closures Hamper Monitoring of Child Welfare Caroline Danielson, Paulette Cha June 26 2020 School closures due to COVID-19 mean that educators are not able to play their critical role in monitoring students’ health, safety, and overall well-being.
California Schools Mull Timing, Logistics of Re-opening Joseph Hayes, Niu Gao June 9 2020 The experiences of several countries in Asia and Europe could help inform when and how California schools start to re-open.
Tackling Food Insecurity among K–12 Students during COVID-19 Caroline Danielson, Niu Gao May 28 2020 With schools closed due to the pandemic, local school districts are working with the state to help provide meals for eligible students.