Embattled San Juan Unified School District Superintendent Glynn Thompson has submitted his resignation rather than be terminated for cause, the school board announced Thursday morning.
UC Davis Medical Center physician Dean Blumberg stood in front of the state Legislature last year and testified in support of a new law that will make it more difficult for families to opt out of vaccinating their children. Next month he is opening a clinic to make it easier.
Nearly three years after Principal Sam LaCara was gunned down by the school janitor in his office at Louisiana Schnell School, the U.S. Department of Education announced Tuesday it is giving Placerville Union School District close to a quarter-million dollars to “restore a sense of safety and security.”
A ballot measure submitted by a political consultant for education advocate Michelle Rhee seeks to remove seniority as a factor when California school districts lay off teachers, requiring instead that decisions be based on performance and student test scores.
At the STEPS program launched this semester at California State University, Sacramento, eight students working toward a doctorate in physical therapy help young children with neuro-motor impairment accelerate their mobility, balance and confidence.
The University of California, Davis, has begun a national search for a new police chief to lead a department emerging from the shadow of a pepper-spraying incident that drew international notoriety two years ago.
The Folsom Cordova Unified School District has launched a mobile application giving parents, students and employees access to district resources and information, including school news, lunch menus, athletics, maps and message capabilities.