Should taxpayers foot the bill for private and religious schools? Voters will face this question on the ballot in 2022, if either or both of two measures raise enough money to collect a million signatures in the next few months. Here's what's at stake.
When COVID-19 arrived, schools closed without much central coordination. A similar process may play out in reverse as each district decides how and when to re-open, and each family weighs its own choices. State and national education data systems aren't set up to track this.
With many schools on hold throughout California, parents must decide how to educate children at home. Here's a curated list of resources worth knowing about, and a suggested sanity plan.
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