Gov. Brown signed a state spending plan for the coming fiscal year that makes budget-busting deficits a distant memory, funnels billions of additional dollars to K-12 schools and begins restoring social service programs that were cut during the recession.
For a second consecutive year, California was among the lowest-ranking states in the nation for children’s well-being, a study has found.
California schools will receive an infusion of more than $3.6 billion in extra money this year, much of it targeted to the neediest students as part of a redistribution plan pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
After a $55 million bailout from the state last October, the board tasked with overseeing the District’s finances said further cuts are needed to help close an almost $18 million deficit this school year.
The Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board reveals where to find the best tourism-related jobs.
David Sobie of HauteLook believes the biggest benefit of education is making contacts.
Nurse with multiple degrees Cathy Fickes advanced her career all the way up to hospital manager.
In the wake of rapid technological advances, education is becoming more and more important for health workers.
Dr. Gustavo Vejarano works with his students to develop cutting-edge technologies in Los Angeles.
Karen Fabac believes her education prepared her well for being successful as a nurse referral liaison.
Director of Perioperative Services Catherine Munoz recalls her educational journey from college to directorship.
Trina Gregory teaches her students the importance of staying up to date with cutting-edge technologies.
Education is the foundation of the digital economy in Los Angeles.
A veteran registered nurse in Los Angeles explains how student nurses can get a job after graduation.
Senior recruiter offers some advice for people looking to get ahead in the I.T. industry.