The specter of Pearl Harbor has mobilized some of Palo Alto’s Chinese-American residents against the school district’s plan to rename two middle schools.
Two refugee girls from Afghanistan got their chance at an education when Taliban rulers were driven from their home country. Their mother brought them to the United States in 2016 for the dream of an education and success. Now, their education is on hold.
The Los Angeles school system’s vast real estate holdings cost millions of dollars a year to maintain, but they also present an opportunity, according to a task force studying the district.
There have been 19 school shooting threats reported to San Diego County authorities since the Feb. 14 shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, according to the San Diego District Attorney’s Office.
Students at an Oakland elementary school got a look at what life looked like more than 90 years ago, thanks to a surprise discovery of a time capsule buried in 1927.
A Sonora charter school is at risk of having its charter revoked or not renewed by the Tuolumne County Board of Education due to a decline in state-administered academic test performance and concerns about their fiscal solvency.
Parents and teachers flooded a special school-board meeting in Pasadena on Thursday, where a district committee officially recommended the closure of up to five schools for the 2019-20 school year.
The Fresno Unified School District will review its dress code policies next week following two recent instances of students being pulled out of class for their hairstyles.
Members of the Punjabi community in Clovis Unified have proposed a charter school partially in response to a study that showed 67 percent of turbaned youth in Fresno experience some kind of bullying.
Saying he was defending the Constitution, a Los Gatos teacher on Sunday stood firmly behind his decision to give a student a failing grade on a quiz after she left class to join a walkout aimed at bringing attention to gun violence last week.