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Summer school is increasingly important for students, but where are the teachers?
With many teachers exhausted by the demands of the pandemic, it's harder for school districts to recruit them for summer work.
More high schools may start the day later ... because teens need more sleep
While pediatricians support a change, some districts say it would upend child care and work schedules for families.
Chinese students, parents stressed by demands of extracurricular classes
Academic competition pressures families to enroll children in tutoring courses. But some parents are resisting.
Essential worker parents struggle with remote school
Those who work outside the home must often rely on family or pay for help to supervise kids.
Families are worried about the costs of online learning, study shows
Parents are concerned about what online learning could to do their finances and their career growth.
Remote learning boosts back-to-school spending
School will be remote for many kids in the fall, and parents have been scrambling to outfit their homes with schooling furniture and supplies.
COVID-19 tests the limits of online schooling tech in China
Among the challenges: How do you teach gym class to students stuck in tiny apartments?
Study says support for school principals leads to better test scores
The report is based on a program of investment in 1,100 principals.
Back-to-school budgets: How much are you spending?
We want to know what your expenses are and how you keep costs down.
Home day cares are disappearing across California
Finding child care in California, especially for infants, is getting harder to do. The number of licensed home day cares has steeply declined in the state with thousands closing the last decade. Since 2008, the state has seen a 26 percent decline in the number of these small businesses, according to a recent report from […]