A South Bay-area teacher whose profanity-laced classroom outburst was recorded by a student has been placed on leave, according to reports Wednesday.
Principals and teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District are being trained on how to react to potential active shooter situations in Southland schools.
Los Angeles Unified School District students will return to some changes when they head back to school the week of Aug. 12.
The state Senate has unanimously passed two bills designed to better safeguard teachers and students from attacks.
Hundreds of school cafeteria workers and other LAUSD employees Tuesday protested the district’s decision to end a program that provides breakfast to students directly in the classroom.
A 33-year-old mother has been charged with felony battery after allegedly attacking a teacher and a teacher’s assistant at a South Los Angeles middle school last week.
A shocked community gathered for a vigil Friday night for the 16-year-old who was allegedly shot by a classmate at Taft Union High School in Kern County.
A former substitute teacher in Los Angeles County has been sentenced to nine months in jail and five years probation for lewdness with a 13-year-old student.
A new survey suggests a shaky California economy and the lure of retirement could both be behind a dwindling supply of teachers statewide.
Parents of students at a South Los Angeles elementary school are outraged after finding out that two teachers have allegedly been preying on their children, possibly for years. And some of those parents are talking about keeping their kids home on Monday as a sign of protest.
A local teachers union called for the LAUSD on Thursday to tap into what it claims to be millions of dollars in reserves to help reduce classroom sizes.
Four high school seniors were expelled from Westlake High, weeks before graduation, after they allegedly caused thousands of dollars in damage to school property.
That live and controversial classroom sex show that had Northwestern all a buzz…is coming to Silver Lake.
The California agency responsible for revoking teacher credentials drags its heels on investigating misconduct, which allows educators to keep working in classrooms years after reports of their violations, according to a state audit.
Professor John Bailey is quoted as saying, “Sticks and stones may break your bones, but watching naked people on stage doing pleasurable things will never hurt you.”