One week before Los Angeles Unified schools start the new year, Superintendent Michelle King delivered her second annual “State of the District” address.
The Los Angeles Unified School District expects its high schoolers to take all of the courses required to get into a four-year state university in California. This year, more of the district’s students met that expectation.
A year after the end of a long, contentious debate over school vaccinations, school districts say a new law has created a big change.
Vallecitos School Superintendent David Jones will take over as head of Bonsall schools, according to a letter Jones submitted to the Vallecitos school board on Tuesday.
As the morning commute from the Temescal Valley north to Corona has worsened, calls to open a high school in the community have increased.
With the total solar eclipse coinciding with the start of school for thousands of California students, teachers around the state will be using the rare solar spectacle to ignite students’ interest in science.
In a news release Monday, Fresno Unified affirmed its commitment to “tolerance, diversity and inclusiveness” after school board president Brooke Ashjian made controversial comments regarding LGBT-inclusive sex education.
The Realtor program gives real estate agents up-to-date information about new programs and results in the Pasadena school district and to ask them what schools can do to attract families.
Employees who used to walk around frustrated and discouraged say they are now hopeful and optimistic. Teachers who used to feel ignored at best and manipulated at worst are now feeling empowered and energized to do their job. And little by little, the changes are showing in student attainment.
Starting this month, all of the 15,000 high schoolers in Modesto City Schools will have a laptop loaned to them by the school district for use in the classroom and at home.