Lawyers Sue California Because Too Many Children Can't ReadA group of prominent lawyers representing teachers and students from poor performing schools sued California on Tuesday, arguing that the state has done nothing about a high number of schoolchildren who do not know how to read.
Bill To Delay California School Start Times Gets Mixed ReviewsSupporters say it would give kids a better night's sleep and improve school performance. Critics worry that it would turn family schedules into chaos.
How To Get That Six-Figure Salary Without A 4-Year DegreeCollege is one of the biggest investments most people will ever make. Many community colleges and trade schools offer cheaper avenues to that six-figure salary.
Dollars And Sense: The Student-Debt Crisis In AmericaCBS2's Jeff Vaughn takes a look at the country's trillion dollar problem and the toll it is taking on graduates.
Schools To Begin Monitoring Students From Military FamiliesSchools across the country are preparing to formally track students from military families.
Drone Footage Offers Sneak Peek Of USC Village Under ConstructionDrone footage is offering a sneak peek of the new USC Village that is expected to house up to 2,700 students once complete.
Report By Harvard Researchers Proposes Changes To College Admissions ProcessFrom advanced placement courses to standardized test scores, the pressure of getting into college can be overwhelming. But that might soon change.
Michelle King Is First African American Woman To Be Named As LAUSD SuperintendentFor the first time in its history, the Los Angeles Unified School District has unanimously chosen an African American woman to serve as the new district superintendent.
Executive Producer Of CBS' 'Blue Bloods' Gives $8 Million To UCLA For Migraine Research
Malibu High School Parents Involved In School Toxins InquiryMalibu Parents are saying that it is thanks to their own independent testing that toxic dangers at Malibu High School have recently been brought to light.
UC Officials Consider Plan To Require Recommendation Letters For Incoming FreshmanThe new policy at UC Berkeley - a significant break from tradition - could pave the way for other UC schools to follow.
2 SDSU Students May Face Expulsion If They Don't Remove Patriotic Flag DisplayTwo Southern California college students have been asked to immediately remove military flags they draped over their balcony on-campus or face expulsion.