It’s Friday, Sept. 11, and here are some educational news stories from this past week.
As the FDA and the California Legislature consider how to regulate e-cigarettes, a new study finds a link between vaping and tobacco use among young people.
Standardized test scores released this week show Orange County students outperforming the state and surrounding counties.
CAASPP test results reaffirmed the need to focus on closing the achievement gap for California students.
With California developing new tests based on the Next Generation Science Standards, state education officials reported that students who took assessments aligned with the older science standards saw a drop in their scores this year.
A new program in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District aims to assist students who have been caught with drugs or alcohol — or admitted to substance abuse.