Security dogs will continue to sniff students at Newport Beach and Costa Mesa schools after school officials voted this week to renew a $27,000 contract, according to reports.
A beleaguered Southland schools chief was reportedly fired Tuesday night over allegations of excessive pay.
School district officials are set to reveal details of a tentative deal that would raise their minimum wage for nearly 20,000 cafeteria workers and other employees to over $15 an hour over two years.
Teachers want officials to restore pay cuts and boost the number of nurses, librarians and other key positions as part of a proposed $6.8 billion budget plan for the coming school year.
Students interested in pursuing a Hollywood filmmaking career now have another alternative to big-name film schools at USC and UCLA.
House Republicans are proposing to let some schools opt out of healthier school lunch and breakfast programs if they are losing money.
The state Assembly has unanimously passed a bill restricting how school districts monitor and track students on social media.
An 8-year-old girl said she’s scared to go to school after a bully knocked her teeth loose.
Officials in the city of Carson were set Tuesday to introduce an ordinance that would impose criminal penalties for anyone convicted of bullying school children and young adults.
Rialto school officials have received death threats in connection to a class assignment instructing students to debate the veracity of the Holocaust, according to reports Monday.
A report of shots fired at a Fontana middle school Friday was likely the result of a student prank, police said.
Authorities have interviewed the driver of a Anaheim school bus that crashed but are still investigating what caused the accident that injured 12 people.
A bill that passed the Assembly with unanimous bipartisan support Thursday encourages California schools to teach students about the racial significance of Barack Obama’s presidency.
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”.