california state superintendent announcementPosted on October 8th, 2020
SACRAMENTO — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond announced last week that the California Department of Education (CDE) will build on the success of this summer’s ethnic studies virtual classroom series with the launch of a second round of programming that will be broadcast live for thousands of students, families, and educators—and be provided to teachers across California as a package of online lessons that can be used in distance learning. The guidance document recommends face coverings for students and staff at all times (at school or on a bus), physical distancing (at least 6 feet of spacing between seats and in hallways and on buses), and regular symptom screening for students and staff.
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25, 2020Feb. You may also follow Superintendent Thurmond on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. SAN FRANCISCO (KABC) -- California's Department of Education on Monday released a detailed how-to guide to safely reopen schools in the age of face masks and physical distancing.
State Superintendent of Public Institution Tony Thurmond provided an update on California schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The next round of virtual ethnic studies sessions will feature live interactions between ethnic studies scholars and students demonstrating lesson plans broadcast on the CDE’s social media accounts.
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"To try and get my son off to school while I am at work is going to be absolutely crazy for us," Arce sighed.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to the closure of the state's 10,000 schools, forcing millions of kids to learn from home. 11, 2020Feb. I am proud to launch this new resource so they can do this work immediately.”. Thurmond warned much of what's happening now will have to continue in the fall. Of that, K-12 and community colleges will lose $18 Billion in the state's minimum funding guarantee.
8, 2019Oct. 10, 2019Sept. Who won the World Wars? schools. "It's not going through, and teachers aren't getting it.". For more information, please visit the California Department of Education’s website.
As our students return, schools will have to look dramatically different for their own safety and for the opportunity to accelerate learning,” Thurmond said.