New LAUSD School Geared Towards Immigrant Students Opens In WestlakeThe Internationals Network Academy will serve nearly 100 immigrant students and English learners.
Nearly All LA County Youth Athletes To Be Required To Undergo Weekly COVID TestingThose sports include football, basketball, baseball and volleyball.
LA Metro Approves Fareless Rides For Students, Low Income RidersThe Metro Board of Directors approved a pilot program that will make Metro buses and trains free for students starting in August, and for all low-income riders starting in January.
LAUSD Teachers Union Votes Overwhelmingly To Return To ClassroomUnited Teachers Los Angeles members overwhelmingly approved an agreement on safe return and hybrid instruction, it was reported Sunday.
Several Santa Clarita Schools To Welcome Back Young Students For In-Person Learning MondayThe governing board for the Saugus Union School District voted last week to reopen elementary school campuses.
'More Prescriptions Than In Last 22 Years': Newport Beach Pediatrician Treating Record Number Of Children For Mental Health ProblemsAn Orange County doctor said he is writing significantly more prescriptions for children having issues because they have been out of school for almost a year during the pandemic.
Kids Spotted At Production Shoot On Sherman Oaks School Campus Despite ClosuresWhen a parent walked by Kester Avenue Elementary School Wednesday morning, she was shocked to see kids on campus despite the Los Angeles Unified School District keeping schools closed for instruction during the pandemic. 
12 Local Students Nominated As Presidential Scholars In The ArtsTwelve local students from Los Angeles and Orange County have been nominated to become 2021 U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts, honoring artistic and academic excellence.
COVID-19 Creating Mental Health Crisis For Children, Experts Say"Mental health issues are at a crisis level, and they already were at a crisis level."
LAUSD, Teachers Union Reach Tentative Deal On Distance Learning; Parent Groups Raise ConcernsThe deal is pending a vote from the approximately 30,000 UTLA teachers, as well as the LAUSD Board of Education.
CBSLA Partners With iHeart Radio, LA Chargers And LAUSD To Raise More Than $1.6M For ‘LA Students Most In Need’CBSLA, iHeart Radio stations in Los Angeles, the LA Chargers and the LAUSD raised more than $1.6 million for “LA Students Most in Need,” a fundraiser for LAUSD students and their families who are struggling during the Coronavirus pandemic.