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California learning loss suit acknowledges the inequities faced by Los Angeles...

Cayla J. v. California, a case brought in 2020, was recently decided. The case, brought by 14 low-income students of color from Oakland and...

Teach for America: an education nonprofit

Teach for America (TFA) is a nonprofit organization which recruits fellows and potential teachers to be trained and have them work in communities in...

With nursing students blocked from public education, Californians face an exacerbated...

Entering the nursing field has grown increasingly difficult in recent years, with barriers to entry that have little or nothing to do with actual...

R’Perspective: Reading Grandma’s cards won’t be as difficult for Generation Alpha

My grandmother sends me a “Happy Birthday” card with the typical well-wishes and a $20 tucked inside every year. As a child, I remember...

Media literacy education is completely unnecessary

Ah, the rapid rise of news and media, moving from the small press to large corporate standing, everywhere you turn, a wave of information...

Computer science teacher shortage puts California near the bottom of U.S....

California has planned for years to bring computer science to all K-12 students. But a lack of qualified teachers has stalled these efforts and...

Civil Rights Project report details evidence of segregation in schools

Discussing segregation that still exists within the American education system, University of California Riverside (UCR) alongside the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Civil...

Texas has facilitated racial discrimination in its schools

Educational institutions consist of school dress codes that dictate what students should not wear while being at school and things that are considered inappropriate....

California’s community colleges’ new approach to college degrees will deteriorate educational...

The traditional college pathway requires four years worth of time, effort and classes. There are a variety of different ways to earn a college...

Parents’ rights in education are rightfully under fire

Education has become an important site for contentious issues, from parents’ rights to LGBTQIA+ rights to book bans. As Republican presidential candidates squared off...