The State Controller’s Office has released public pay data for some 2 million positions in California for 2018.
District officials are battling teachers in a back and forth over contract negotiations at Natomas Unified School District.
Discussions about transgender locker rooms have been stirring at Poway Unified School District.
Lawmakers are looking to lower the voting age to 16, but only for school board elections.
Gov. Jerry Brown is against a $9-billion school bond measure on the November ballot.
In a unanimous vote, Los Angeles Unified School District will not permit Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents to enter school campuses.
Members of United Teachers Los Angeles have agreed, with an 82% approval vote, to raise annual dues to $1,000 a year.
A 13-year-old boy had to take off his floor-length dress at school because it created “a general disruption.”
Tulare Joint Union High School District has decided to end its efforts to keep using the racial slur for the name of its sports teams.
The California State Teachers’ Retirement System offers a better plan than a 401(k), according to a new report from University of California, Berkeley.
Technology is the lifeblood of the future. So it’s a little surprising to learn that 61% of high schools in California don’t have computer science classes as part of their curriculum.
Riverside and Tulare counties are getting help from the state in an effort to boost childhood literacy.