Diana Lambert, EdSource

Diana Lambert

EdSource

Sacramento, CA, United States

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Past articles by Diana:

19 children, 2 adults dead in Texas elementary school shooting

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What California parents need to know about Covid vaccinations for children

Children 5 and older are now eligible to get a Covid-19 vaccination, but widespread misinformation about it has left parents with questions. → Read More

California cuts the number of tests teachers must take to earn credential

California teacher candidates no longer have to take two of the four tests usually required to earn a teaching credential. → Read More

Why summer school in California will prioritize fun and reconnecting students

A non-profit organization reporting on key education challenges in California and beyond. → Read More

Summer school plans hinge on teacher energy

A non-profit organization reporting on key education challenges in California and beyond. → Read More

Vaccines on tap for California’s children, but what do parents say?

Children may soon be eligible for Covid-19 vaccinations, potentially helping California schools to fully reopen for in-person instruction. → Read More

Schools chief uses influence to shape policy during pandemic, but lacks power to make big decisions

A non-profit organization reporting on key education challenges in California and beyond. → Read More

Quick Guide: What California’s color-coded county tracking system means for schools

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Lawmakers fail to pass bills reducing number of tests for teachers by legislative deadline

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Gov. Newsom’s proposed budget revision cuts programs to recruit, train teachers

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Why bond and tax measures to bolster California schools struggled to pass at the polls

School districts have turned to parcel taxes in recent years to raise money for school programs, class-size reduction and teacher salaries. → Read More

Four California school districts ask voters to pay for teacher and staff housing

On March 3 four California school districts will ask California voters to tax themselves to pay for teacher housing through a general obligation bond. → Read More

Amid shortages, schools settle for underprepared special education teachers

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

California’s effort to turn school staff into teachers starts to pay off

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

New California vaccine legislation gains Gov. Newsom’s approval after deal reached

California Governor Gavin Newsom agreed to sign legislation that tightens restrictions on medical exemptions that allow students to attend school without all the required vaccinations if lawmakers promise to pass revisions in a second bill. → Read More

Teacher hopefuls offered $10,000 to enter California State University residency program

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Statewide survey: most Californians support teacher strikes for higher pay

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Rising rents in coastal California outpace teacher pay

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

State budget proposal would fund computer science czar, broadband expansion

Gov. Gavin Newsom is proposing $15 million to expand broadband internet to more schools and an additional $1 million to hire a state computer science coordinator as a “down payment” on a comprehensive plan to provide access to computer science classes to all California students. → Read More

Required tests roadblock for many aspiring California teachers

Almost half of California’s potential teachers quit the profession before they even start because they can't pass one or more of the tests required for them to earn a credential, making it more difficult for the state to put a dent in a persistent teacher shortage. → Read More