Students in Pasadena who have yet to attend school since classes started last month may be getting a visit from district officials Wednesday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District announced Tuesday it has released more than $27 million to settle the dozens of claims of sexual abuse on behalf of students at Miramonte Elementary School.
Students and faculty at an elementary school in Simi Valley were evacuated Thursday after a fire broke out on campus.
Authorities said a suspicious and threatening letter containing a white powdery substance was sent to the Moorpark Unified School District.
A two-and-a-half-year-old battle over sidewalks near a Burbank middle school is continuing to brew.
Los Angeles police Wednesday held a back-to-school safety and crossing guard awareness detail.
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.
Authorities were searching for suspects Monday in a recent rash of burglaries at several San Bernardino schools.
Arcadia school officials have agreed to a settlement in a case of alleged discrimination against a transgender student based on the student’s sex, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
A 5-year-old boy Tuesday was reunited with Los Angeles Fire Department rescuers who saved his life after he went into cardiac arrest on a school playground.
A 44-year-old Adelanto elementary teacher has been accused of possessing child pornography on his school-issued laptop.
Redlands police say they have identified two more alleged victims of the teacher accused of giving birth to a child fathered by one of her teen students.
A judge is allowing a San Diego-area school district to teach yoga, rejecting the claims of disgruntled parents who called it an effort to promote Eastern religion.
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.
A coalition of attorneys says the LAUSD has yet to publicly address the exact number, and identities of, teachers and administrators who have been “credibly accused of abusing children” within the school district.