A Southland lawmaker has introduced a bill in Sacramento that would require training for teachers and other school staffers on how to identify suspected cases of child abuse.
With a law that spells out the rights of transgender students in grades K-12 set to take effect in California, school districts are reviewing locker room layouts, scheduling sensitivity training for coaches, assessing who will sleep where during overnight field trips and reconsidering senior portrait dress codes.
Thousands of district employees took part Thursday in what officials hailed as a groundbreaking initiative in support of LGBT students.
Officials with the Los Angeles Unified school district have begun confiscating iPad tablet computers from students following reports of hacking and misuse of the devices, according to reports Tuesday.
It’s a dubious honor that may make Tommy Trojan blush: USC has been named among the nation’s top 5 party schools.
Authorities Friday said they’ve taken one person into custody following a report of a man with a gun in Paramount.
The Legislature on Thursday passed a bill intended to speed and streamline the process for dismissing teachers accused of misconduct, despite the opinion of some that the measure should be improved, possibly next year.
Four blighted schools in the San Fernando Valley could be getting makeovers if Los Angeles Unified school officials have their way
Many schools are sending notes home to parents, telling them their children are overweight.
Los Angeles County schools kicked off School Attendance Month with creative incentives aimed at keeping students in the classroom.
With the start of a new school year less than a week away, the head of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) says it’s time for the district to lead.
Authorities were searching for suspects Monday in a recent rash of burglaries at several San Bernardino schools.
Governor Jerry Brown stopped by a Los Angeles elementary school Monday to sign a bill that provides more state money to low-income schools.
Lawmakers gave preliminary approval Wednesday to a bill that would require panic alarms to be installed throughout school campuses in California, but only if the federal government pays for it.
Several local agencies are already preparing for less money from the federal government come Friday.