The Hollywood Media Arts Academy uses the visual arts to engage students who have failed or been kicked out of traditional schools.
California Lutheran University's first employee leaves the school her entire estate. More than $800,000 will go to build a stand-alone arts center.
Janet Napolitano sat down with UCLA faculty, students, and staff as part of her 10 campus listening tour. She started the job September 30.
All pilot schools were slated to receive their iPads by the end of the month, but deployment has hit several snags. Some have backed out, others say WiFi is glitchy.
Tests will be taken on computer and the programs provide different questions to different students. Is this enough to prevent student — and teacher — cheating?
Janet Napolitano arrives at UCLA Friday for two days of meetings and events. Students, faculty who had protested her selection still have questions.
The nonprofit Arts for LA is surveying school board candidates on arts education issues ahead of the upcoming Nov. 5 county election.
As the L.A. Unified school district begins what could be the largest 1:1 iPad project in the nation, some researchers, parents and educators say it's moving too fast.
Employees complained that L.A. Unified school board president Richard Vladovic made offensive jokes, had angry outbursts and mocked colleagues. The district looked into it, but results are secret.
Dozens of Anaheim teens are expected to delivered petitions to city leaders Tuesday calling for more public and private sector opportunities to learn work skills.
Former head of a charter school sentenced to prison for stealing money from the school - but the California Charter School Association argues he acted properly.
As a group, California Latinos scored 56 points below the statewide goal on the Academic Performance Index. Educators hope new Common Core standards will help.
California will instead pilot a new, computerized test as part of transition to Common Core. Federal officials have threatened to fine state over testing limits.
It’s only been a few weeks since the first iPads hit L.A. Unified classrooms, and it's been one negative headline after another. The board wants answers.
Starting in 2014, taxpayers can make tax deductible donations of $1 or more to arts education through the California Arts Council on state tax return forms.
At L.A. Unified's music repair shop, at least 2,600 broken instruments are piled on shelves and in bins. Some have been sitting for years — the result of staff cuts.