Friday, February 1, 2013
The retiring superintendent of the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District was honored by her peers on Thursday, a day after the district's board of trustees unanimously approved a paid leave of absence for the remainder of her term.
The president of the San Diego school board questioned why the districtís police department authorized the use of assault weapons by its officers after he learned about the weaponry in a newspaper article.
Rocketship Education founder John Danner is stepping aside to return to his roots as a software entrepreneur and develop programs for online learning.
A Walnut Creek attorney who won a court ruling invalidating an Alameda school parcel tax has sued eight other school districts, alleging their similar parcel taxes also are illegal because they tax property owners at different rates.
To improve school safety, Californians overwhelmingly believe that having guidance counselors in every school would be more effective than deploying armed police officers.