California Education News

About 14,000 of the state’s almost ninety nine,000 prisoners are enrolled, and the waiting list to take courses is growing, the newspaper reported Thursday in a story in regards to the first former inmate to enroll at UC Berkeley. The report is the result of a year-long internal investigation of abuse allegations on the school. It identifies 17 former faculty members who allegedly engaged in inappropriate behavior with students, including kissing, touching and sexual relationships with students after they graduated, according to the newspaper. “It’s completely blown up,” Dr. Laurel Schultz, a San Francisco pediatrician advised the newspaper in a narrative printed Thursday. About 20 youngsters in her practice examined optimistic over the three-day Christmas weekend alone, she said.

More Federal Aid Is Coming for Schools Struggling to Buy Food Due to Supply-Chain Crisis The $1.5 billion USDA infusion is the second in a quantity of months to help schools …