The Los Angeles Unified School District may settle a lawsuit over teacher layoffs by spending $25 million to hire more staff for dozens of struggling schools.
UCLA Extension’s Dr. Ric Zappala explains what’s being done to help prepare health care managers for a wave of job opportunities heading their way.
UCLA Extension’s Stephane Antoine Muller says the educators that earn the most money in L.A. have mastered several different languages.
Loyola Marymount University’s Dr. Patricia Martinez explains what’s being done locally to help make business graduates even more employable.
UCLA criminal law instructor Christopher Westhoff says anyone seeking a career in law enforcement will discover many good choices in Los Angeles.
UCLA’s Babak Daneshrad says electrical engineers are having to re-wire their intellect to keep pace with wireless technology.
Most clinical psychologists in Los Angeles currently earn an annual salary nearing $90,000, slightly higher than the national norm.
Attorneys in a widely-watched trial calling into question tenure and other employment protections granted to teachers statewide presented their closing arguments Thursday.
UCLA Extension’s Eric Latham says special education teachers in LA learn to become good communicators while experiencing cultural diversity.
The nation’s top education official was in the Southland Wednesday as part of a White House schools initiative.
An Inland Empire replica of the Oval Office, which has played a part in educating hundreds of thousands of students, may face closure as the result of a freeway expansion.
Federal education officials on Friday approved California’s plan to roll out new computer-based standardized tests this spring.
LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy received difficult questions Monday night from parents concerned about the district’s controversial plan to buy more iPads for students rather than investing in more teachers and school supplies.
Cleveland High School honored a teacher who has inspired and mentored students for 40 years Tuesday as he proudly handed off the torch to a former pupil.
The advocacy group Students Matter filed a lawsuit on behalf of nine public school students against the state stating that the policies allow bad teacher to stay in the classroom.