Children are currently the direct and indirect beneficiaries of less than 8 percent of the federal budget — and that figure has been shrinking for years.
Loyola Marymount University begins masters degree in yoga studies. Students will learn comparative religion, Sanskrit, and the anatomy of yoga.
The NEA reports only 56 percent of adults received arts education at some point in their lives. The percentage dips to a third of high school graduates.
The LA school district's technology head fields hard questions from the board. And the district bars students from taking iPads home.
Some community colleges might be allowed to charge more for highly sought after classes during summer and winter intersessions. The bill, AB 955, has passed in the Senate and Assembly and is currently waiting Governor Brown’s approval. Currently, only six community colleges are considered eligible to implement this voluntary program. Of that list, Pasadena City College has opted out, but Long Beach City College hopes to begin the pilot program as soon as possible.
A national survey finds that state welfare agencies do not consider the unique needs of infants and toddlers — but California is doing better than most states.
Environmental Charter High School's students are mostly Latino and low-income. Yet these grads are breaking stereotypes, getting attention from prestigious colleges.
Gov. Jerry Brown, who made a rare appearance at CSU's trustee meeting, told administrators they aren't the only ones asking for money.
L.A. Unified and seven other California school districts get a new plan this year, under a new federal waiver. Buddy schools are the big new idea.
Teaching Channel has been around as an online resource for teachers since 2011. Several of its 57 videos focus on arts integration.
A transgender teenager was crowned homecoming queen Friday night at Marina High School in Huntington Beach — the first in Orange County.
With one foot in San Diego's gangs and another on the road to college, Eduardo Corona's life is the quintessential story of a low-income high school student.
In an article in "New Republic," father and writer Mark Oppenheimer argues that ballet and classical instrument lessons teach kids the wrong lessons.
A state-appointed trustee hopes to turn around student and academic decline at Inglewood Unified School District.
A lawsuit filed claims the district neglected children at El Sereno Elementary School. It was filed by one of the lawyers in the Miramonte sex abuse scandal.
California students are required to perform daily patriotic exercises — at most schools that means reciting the pledge. Do they know what it means?