School districts make financial reports available to the public, but advocates say those reports are missing a lot of funding information.
On Thursday, the Instructional Quality Commission is scheduled to consider whether to forward a proposed plan to the California Board of Education.
Census officials are trying new ways of reaching hard-to-find residents, including teaching their children to be evangelists for the count.
City planners and public works officials heard plans from elementary and middle school students on ways to build a more water-friendly city.
Latino, African American, American Indian, and English learner students are improving their graduation rates more than the statewide average.
World War II veteran thought he'd already graduated when he skipped commencement exercises in 1953, but he was one unit short. University officials helped him finish and get zoology degree.
Vocational education in high schools fell out of favor decades ago. A key researcher says a lot has to change for career and technical education to succeed today.
Governor doesn’t believe the state should pay for middle- and upper-income children to attend transitional kindergarten, says analyst at the California Department of Finance.
For decades, an association of LAUSD elementary music teachers have taken salary reductions to fund scholarships for private lessons for exceptional students.
Even though California spent $45 million more on early education last year than it did the year before, the state only managed to enroll 298 more kids in preschool.
A $200 million gift from tech entrepreneur Larry Ellison marks one of the largest donations in USC's history, the university said Thursday.
The new policy would expand upon a 2012 state law that required the four California universities in the Pac-12 Conference to continue providing financial support to athletes permanently side-lined by injuries.
The play is called "Kaleidoscope" and it explores the rollercoaster that is junior high. The play is performed by high schoolers who consulted preteens to develop it.
Superintendent Michelle King shared a list of priorities Wednesday — one of the clearest indications yet of how the she hopes to make her mark on L.A. Unified.
Some California schools are tackling English learner education by targeting students who've been in the programs for five years or more.
Students choosing to enroll in charter schools instead of LAUSD schools cost the district $508.2 million in net revenues, according to a report commissioned by the teachers union.