The final budget plan rejected an initial proposal to consolidate all of the state's early childhood funding into a block grant.Add your comments
However, investigators concluded that aside from some specific cases, the small, private liberal arts college did not violate federal civil rights statutes.
Thirteen percent of all students and nearly 20 percent of high school students are missing more than 15 days of school a year, according to the latest numbers.
In 2014, public school students of color outnumbered non-Hispanic white students for the first time. Public school teachers, though, are still 80 percent white.
As L.A. County phases out the use of solitary confinement for minors, the arts are becoming a tool for reimagining those units and shifting the culture overall.
Students and administrators at UCLA are examining campus safety after a murder-suicide earlier this month that left a beloved engineering professor dead.
A new wave of educational technology focuses on building family connections. Here's a look at two new approaches.
A judge ruled LA's largest charter school chain was wrong to block teachers union reps from its campuses. But the judge rejected some of the union's arguments, too.
Black and Hispanic students are disproportionately suspended, expelled, and have unequal access to education, according to the latest Civil Rights Data Collection.
In years past, evaluations caused bitter divisions between UTLA and the district. But the latest round of talks went off without a hitch. What's changed?
In siding with activists' complaints, the state has thrown a multi-million-dollar curveball into the late stages of L.A. Unified's budget process.
Silicon Valley has a diversity problem. In Atlanta, black techies are working to diversify the industry's future.
Professors say they see UCLA shooting as a sign to look out for students in distress. Some campuses are increasing their mental health services and outreach.
Loans and grants often aren't enough to cover all the expenses of a college education. For many students the struggle to afford school means long work hours and even skipping meals.
Suspended students more often drop out of school, says the report from UCLA's Civil Rights Project. And that imposes broad social costs.
The Assembly is expected to vote Wednesday on a plan to give unemployment benefits to janitors, cafeteria workers and other classified staff during the summer, when there isn't much work.