The packing of an education task force panel has diluted a highly anticipated Assembly bill reforming charter schools.
Aided by an incurious media, most Democratic presidential contenders have been allowed to slide around charter school issues.
Unearthed emails reveal a cozy relationship between the L.A. schools superintendent and the charter school lobby.
Studies Weekly found hundreds of instances of racial bias and inaccuracies within its teaching materials, which are used in several states.
Still pending in a follow-up budget bill is language that would limit the ability of charter schools to cherry-pick enrollment.
Will California fix charter authorizations? Also: Who killed L.A.’s school-tax measure?
Borders, boundaries and barriers have been a way of life in the lower Sacramento Valley since the Gold Rush days. The newest form of green line...
LAUSD marks the passing of Michelle King. The strange case of Sebastian Ridley-Thomas. Will Oakland teachers strike?
Why would LAUSD hire a man already on the carpet both for sexual harassment allegations and landing a suspiciously cushy job at USC?
Tuesday's real winner was union president Alex Caputo-Pearl, who cited district concessions on class-size reduction and on hiring more nurses, librarians and counselors as the biggest...
Contract talks between the Los Angeles school district and teachers union continue, but don’t expect classes to resume before Wednesday.
Persistent claims of poverty by the district have been the most contentious issue separating LAUSD and UTLA.
With a January 10 strike deadline looming, little progress has been made in negotiations between teachers and their school district.
A state-appointed fact-finding panel mostly punted on unresolved equity demands that form the heart of what Los Angeles' teacher union has framed as a fight to...
A Los Angeles school board meeting turned raucous days ahead of two solidarity rallies to be held Saturday in L.A. and Oakland.
Gavin Newsom's most dramatic break from the Jerry Brown era is the governor-elect's fierce commitment to high-quality child care and universal preschool.
It’s been no secret that public higher education in California is badly broken, following four decades of disinvestment and tuition hikes.
L.A. Unified reimagines the 1990s. The effects of immigration crackdowns on Latino student enrollment. Tony Thurmond rallies to take the lead in state schools chief race.
On Saturday Assemblymember Tony Thurmond declared victory in his campaign to become California's next Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The record-shattering spending on candidate Marshall Tuck mirrors the threat level that a Sacramento without Jerry Brown represents to the charter school lobby.