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.
Hundreds of teachers and staff at Indio High School were being tested for tuberculosis Friday after a student was diagnosed with the contagious and possibly deadly infection.
Residents and elected officials advocated different approaches Tuesday in filling a vacancy on the Los Angeles Board of Education created by the sudden death of longtime trustee Marguerite LaMotte.
Detectives were searching for a second suspect Wednesday in the killing of a Los Angeles Unified school district janitor.
Orange County police have arrested two men believed to be responsible for a pair of school burglaries that resulted in theft of more than 60 iPads and Apple computers.
Officials with the Bellflower Unified School District have been asked to stop praying before school board meetings.
Five students at a Watts high school were injured Tuesday after an apparent school science experiment went awry, authorities said.
Police have arrested two teens in connection with an assault and vandalism at a Ventura County elementary school.
Mandy Ginsberg, the chief executive officer of Tutor.com, appeared on KCAL9 News on Saturday morning to discuss ways parents can help their children succeed in school.
Paramedics responded to an elementary school in Watts Friday after reports of several students becoming ill, authorities said.
The number of truancy citations issued to students by Los Angeles Unified School District police has plunged over the last four years, according to a new study.
Authorities are asking the public to be on the lookout for a 12-year-old San Gabriel girl who has been missing since Wednesday.
A group of former Southwestern Law School students are taking their alma mater to court over its claims of a 98 percent employment rate after graduation.