Los Angeles Unified is one step closer toward a lawsuit against the state of California over the governor’s new reopening plan.
Don’t look now, but a recent decision by the California First District Court of Appeal could be a game changer for meaningful pension reform efforts in California, experts say.
The California Supreme Court declined to hear Vergara vs. California, the landmark case challenging the legality of teacher tenure among other things.
The California State Board of Education has voted to include other non-academic indicators in how they measure “good” schools.
A few results for the May 3 elections.
In a positive move for transgender rights, a high school has become the first in Los Angeles Unified School District to allow students to use the bathroom of their choosing.
California City High School in Kern County is offering a one-of-a-kind program that helps students learn valuable vocational skills while also earning college credits.
California voters have rejected a statewide ballot measure that would have reinstated affirmative action in college admissions processes in California.