“You guys are putting a child in danger,” said one parent.
Several parents in Huntington Beach kept their children out of class Friday over concerns of asbestos contamination.
Brown signed SB1405 on Monday, about a month after it unanimously passed both houses of the Legislature.
A fierce fire burning at the Port of Los Angeles was contained Tuesday morning, however, officials closed an area school for health concerns.
KCAL9’s Serene Branson reports parents have pushed the district to fully test and clean up contaminated schools for four years, and concerned mom Cindy Crawford is among them.
State education officials Monday unveiled what’s being called an “unprecedented regional effort” to prepare California students for tomorrow’s high-tech jobs.
A bill authored by a Pasadena lawmaker that encourages schools to teach about the historical significance of Barack Obama becoming the nation’s first African-American president is now California law.
Author Elizabeth J. Meyer visited the KCAL9 studios Friday to talk about her book “Gender, Bullying, and Harassment: Strategies to End Sexism and Homophobia in Schools.”
Parents rallied outside a downtown L.A. courthouse Thursday in support of two campuses run by Magnolia Public Schools.
Officials with the Los Angeles teachers union may be inching closer to a potential strike following remarks made a union official, according to reports.
Dozens of people rallied Tuesday outside the Port Hueneme Naval Base, where 575 undocumented immigrants have been detained since last month.
An Environmental Protection Agency official Friday will take a “toxic tour” of three school campuses in Malibu.
The district on Thursday said it will serve free lunches through summer to children and the disabled at 317 school campuses along with 105 parks and recreation centers.
Representatives for both sides said Tuesday the agreement calls for adding a school counselor and administrator, establishing a mentor program for teachers and providing other educational resources.
Parents who drop off their children at schools in the city of Los Angeles may no longer have to fear a parking ticket when they do so.