Last night, a district committee presented a number of ideas to the Board of Education.
They include new community centers, a living laboratory community garden, a professional development and business center for the district and a district library storage facility.
Also mentioned were a new charter school, a long-term homeless shelter for women and children and a Boy Scouts facility.
The seven school sites range from three to ten acres each.
The Board of Education will have to take action on the recommendations.
(AP) -- While states around the U.S. are attempting to delay or stop the implementation of new education standards known as the Common Core, one study finds that most Californians are actually in support of it.
A new study says students at California’s Community Colleges are achieving many of their academic goals. But Community College officials say they’ll be recovering from the drastic cuts during the Great Recession for years to come.
Undocumented California State University and University of California students, who can’t get federal or private loans, would be eligible for a state loan program to be established under a new bill in the legislature.
Advocates say more work needs to be done to ensure that kids are not suspended or expelled from school because of minor infractions.
A bill that would more than double the number of competitive Cal Grant awards each year has passed a California Assembly Committee.