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FCMAT provides links to California K-12 news stories as a service to the industry. However, some stories may not be accessible because of newspapers' subscription policies.

Dec 03, 2020

Most schools in Butte County took advantage of the brief window to reopen for in-person learning back in October. However, Inspire School of Arts and Sciences, a public charter high school that’s located on the Chico High campus, opted to stay in a distance learning model.

Dec 03, 2020

A January return to in-class learning in the Palm Springs Unified School District is not possible amid county restrictions and a surge in COVID-19 numbers, the district's superintendent says.

Dec 03, 2020

Anaheim Union High School District students won’t return to in-person learning until at least the start of the fourth quarter on March 12, district leaders decided Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Dec 03, 2020

The state’s second-largest school district had announced in October that it planned to reopen schools on Jan. 4 to all elementary students and on Jan. 25 to all middle and high school students as part of its “Phase Two” of reopening.

Dec 03, 2020

Amid anxieties over online learning and a dangerous surge in coronavirus cases, Los Angeles Unified School District parents are being asked in a new survey to make a critical decision: Will you send your child back to school when campuses reopen?

Dec 03, 2020

The day after Contra Costa County returned to the most restrictive purple tier for reopening during the pandemic, some students in Danville returned to class. A week later, all the staff in one classroom and most of its students had tested positive for the COVID-19 virus.

Dec 03, 2020

The mother of a 14-year-old Black junior high school student is suing her son’s Placerville school district, alleging the child was subjected to racist and homophobic taunts at the mostly white school and that officials did nothing to stop it.

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