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.
State and local education officials Monday unveiled a new computer-based standardized testing model aimed at giving students an “academic checkup”.
A legal firm has put Apple Valley Unified school officials on notice for complaints of alleged discrimination against Christian students handing out coins with an imprinted Bible verse.
Officials at Adams Elementary School in Riverside are investigating a report that a third grader sexually assaulted another student.
A Pasadena lawmaker Monday joined California Attorney General Kamala Harris to unveil legislation that aims to tackle what officials are calling a “truancy crisis” in elementary schools statewide.
The incident started at 3 p.m. when many students have already been dismissed.
Frustrated parents converged on a Woodland Hills charter school Wednesday over what they described as a failure by the school’s principal to tackle campus issues.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has been named in a new lawsuit that claims it failed to protect a student from being sexually abused by a volunteer softball coach.
Marine Gunnery Sgt. Ronald Clement was not expected to be home from a five-month deployment in Afghanistan for another six weeks, but arrived home early and had a special surprise in store.
Students were being kept inside classrooms at Toland Way Elementary after a burglary took place across the street from the school, according to police.
Relatives of a teenager who was stabbed to death at a Los Angeles school have reached a tentative settlement in their wrongful-death lawsuit against the school district.
The family of a Temecula Valley first-grader claims their child was prevented from talking about the Bible during a class presentation on Christmas, according to attorneys.
Religious freedom advocates are calling on the West Covina Unified School District to adopt policy changes and issue a formal apology after an alleged bullying incident involving a 6-year-old Christian student.
The California Supreme Court announced Thursday it will grant a law license to a man living in the U.S. illegally who graduated from law school and passed the state bar exam.
Beginning next week, Californians will see a flurry of new laws take effect.