Stanford researchers found the language gap between children of low socio-economic groups and their more well-to-do peers begins as young as 18 months old.
In a late-night deal, the district decided both move forward with expanding the program and to study the effectiveness of both devices before deciding how to equip remaining students.
A former professor has created a Tumblr feed to document decaying college classrooms. People have posted roach infestations, leaky ceilings, and power outages. Is your classroom falling apart?
The first significant legislation on early childhood education in more than a decade will be introduced in Congress Wednesday.
Smartphones, laptops and tablets are ubiquitous today, but it wasn't always that way. It used to be that most learned to communicate via the typewriter.
UC Irvine is among campuses struggling to increase the ranks of doctoral students, who are key to research and teach undergraduates. One obstacle: money.
California remains a top destination for foreign students, with many choosing USC, UCLA and Stanford universities.
A national arts group is moderating an online discussion Tuesday about the brain and creativity. The webinar is free and open to the public.
L.A. Unified is one of several school districts that divides arts teachers time among several elementary schools. But the program's been cut over the years.
Cal State Fullerton will screen projects by 31 finalists for CSU's 23 annual Media Arts Festival. They include film, video, documentaries and other new media projects.
When it comes to the affordability of child care, a new report gives California an F. Infant care in 2012 ate up 44 percent of wages in single-earner families.
California State University is submitting a $4.6 billion budget request to Governor Brown. It's a $237 million increase from this year.
The first of four public meetings around the country on the president's College Affordability Initiative will be streamed live from Cal State Dominguez Hills.
Some parents and students say it's time to ditch the iPads—they'd rather have laptops. Officials say delays will hurt, but school board wants to consider it.
The district is tripling it's original estimate for iPad IT. Other iPad staffing costs are edging-up, including new line for school police for iPad security.