A federal judge has certified a class action lawsuit against the Oxnard School District over special education access.
The ex-Dublin superintendent of schools, Leslie Boozer, left the school district earlier this year with nearly half a million dollars in salary and other payouts in her pocket.
State schools superintendent Tony Thurmond on Wednesday, Aug. 14 called for major revisions to a draft ethnic studies curriculum that has been lambasted by Jewish American organizations as biased and anti-Semitic.
Los Angeles schools Supt. Austin Beutner touted gains in student achievement, rising graduation rates and lower absenteeism as “real progress” and evidence that the nation’s second-largest school district is making strides in his annual State of the Schools speech Thursday.
A California mother is suing a Los Angeles school district, alleging that her 12-year-old son was left with permanent brain and spinal injuries after another student assaulted him last year.
Dyer-Kelly Elementary School, part of the San Juan Unified School District, unveiled its new $50-million campus Wednesday night with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Camp Fire changed everything nine months ago when it roared through the town and neighboring communities, killing 86 people, destroying thousands of homes and four schools.
Los Angeles Unified is considering its first-ever plan to provide a rating scale for public schools and privately run charters.
California’s effort to write the nation’s first ethnic studies curriculum for public schools has united liberals and conservatives: They think it’s terrible.
Carlsbad Unified School District plans to invest $6.5 million to add solar arrays and battery storage at its campuses. The money is generated from Measure HH, a $265 million school bond measure.