California lawmakers have approved a record $214.8 billion budget which Gov.
Beginning in June, about 3,000 students attending Clara Barton Elementary School in Eastvale, Lincoln Alternative Elementary School in Corona and Corona Fundamental Intermediate School will go from
A teacher’s aide from Antioch was arrested on suspicion of felony child abuse after a video was taken showing her assaulting a 9-year-old boy.
Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory is facing scrutiny for allegedly charging tuition fees to international students, an action that is illegal according to the state Education Code.
The new superintendent of schools for El Dorado County is Ed Manansala.
Despite rumors, Superintendent Richard Carranza said Monday he will not be running to be the next superintendent for Los Angeles Unified.
Technology has solved a lot of problems, but still continues to fuel new ones as was evident when millions of students last year had trouble taking standardized tests.
The New Year always brings with it a bad hangover and plenty of new legislation. One of the most prominent bills that was signed in 2015, but not without a fight, was SB277.
In 2010, an “open enrollment law” was enacted to help students in lower-performing school succeed.
Coachella Valley Unified School District was honored last week with a Golden Bell Award for its AmeriCorps Promote Program
America’s agriculture industry is in need of tens of thousands of skilled hires. In big cities surrounded by farming communities, people are in desperate need of jobs.
LA School Report recently sat down with Ryan J. Smith, one of the co-chairs of State Superintendent Tony Thurmond’s new working group on closing the achievement gap in California schools.