A handful of charter schools in L.A. Unified are using arts not to create the next generation of artists, but to inspire regular students to stay in school.Add your comments
After last-day-of-school parties wind down, you may want to try a teaching approach designed for slow readers. Educators are having success using it with all students.
If there was ever doubt about the challenge of school reform, Hawaii’s multi-million dollar campaign is an expensive reminder of how difficult change can be.
Lawmakers in England are pushing to include the arts as a sixth pillar of the English Baccalaureate, a performance measure for high schoolers.
Court records say one staffer supervised as many as 100 students, giving the boy several opportunities to take the girl to locations on campus and force her to perform sex acts.
Monica Ratliff’s win of an open seat on L.A. Unified’s Board of Education could provide some discomfort for the superintendent’s reform agenda.
Five of the California State University's 23 campuses are getting new leaders, including Cal State Los Angeles.
A new report looks at whether Pre-K to 3rd grade teachers should be evaluated based on student achievement, even though their students don't take standardized tests.
The top L.A.-area high school musical students competed at the Jerry Herman Awards at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood on Sunday. Winners will compete in New York.
Cal State officials are counting on a $10 million dollar proposed state budget bump to ease class bottlenecks affecting tens of thousands of students.
The U.C.-system remains a popular destination – and getting into UCLA is now as hard as getting into Tufts and Cornell, at least for California students.
Los Angeles Unified school board candidates squared off on key policies, trying to highlight differences that didn't appear as wide as each candidate contends.
For many, the end of the school year is just a few weeks away. This compilation of teaching tips will help you get the most out of the last few weeks.
Tomorrow, voters will be asked to choose between Monica Ratliff and Antonio Sanchez in a runoff for a seat on the Los Angeles Unified School District board representing the east San Fernando Valley.
Political newcomer Antonio Sanchez is benefiting from huge outside spending. Monica Ratliff is banking on her credentials as a teacher and union leader instead.