A San Fernando Valley local superintendent and three additional LAUSD officials were removed from the current positions amid an internal investigation, according to a report Thursday.
A new report finds state budget cuts have led to a dramatic decline in student enrollment at California’s community colleges.
A UCLA fraternity member who was arrested following a party at the Theta Chi house has been released on $100,000 bail.
Mike Luis Rios, 43, who is accused of turning young girls into prostitutes and attempted murder, was expected to testify in court on Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) racked up an alleged $158 million in misappropriations and unallowable charges, according to a new report Wednesday.
The first Latina appointed president of any California State University campus will be inaugurated on Friday.
Thousands of University of California employees and students were expected to take part in protests at campuses statewide on Thursday over what one workers’ union alleges to be skyrocketing executive compensation.
Attorneys representing nearly three dozen children and parents in the Miramonte Elementary child abuse case announced the filing of a new lawsuit Tuesday.
Authorities say one person was slightly injured Saturday during an overnight robbery near the UCLA campus in Westwood.
Orange County prosecutors say a dropped molestation investigation is being reopened so officials can re-examine the actions of a former Los Angeles elementary school teacher who has been charged with molesting a dozen students.
Third-grade Clover Elementary School teacher Jackie Bonilla has been called a “21st-century teacher for a 21st-century learner.”
The Los Angeles Unified school board has approved the drastic overhaul of one of the state’s lowest performing high schools, a plan that will require teachers to reapply for their jobs.
Students in the California State University system will soon have access to online courses to earn college credit over the Internet.
New measures designed to increase security on the University of Southern California campus are expected to go into effect soon.
Thieves have broken into two Southern California schools and escaped with $12,000 worth of iPads.