After a slump in the 1980s and 1990s that left American companies with a shortage of skilled labor, enrollment in trade schools is once again on the rise.
Don’t look now, but a recent decision by the California First District Court of Appeal could be a game changer for meaningful pension reform efforts in California, experts say.
The California Supreme Court declined to hear Vergara vs. California, the landmark case challenging the legality of teacher tenure among other things.
The California State Board of Education has voted to include other non-academic indicators in how they measure “good” schools.
A few results for the May 3 elections.
Too many California schools still aren't doing enough to prevent bullying or to promote the physical and mental wellbeing of LGBT students, according to a new analysis from the Equality California
Veteran lawmaker Jackie Goldberg will return to the Los Angeles Unified school board after a resounding victory
In the wake of numerous shootings, schools across the United States have increased their security efforts — often by beefing up the presence of on-campus police.