A Sacramento organization is suing the state, alleging officials knew about discriminatory disciplinary practices for years and did nothing.
Lawsuit: Black students and English learners in Pittsburg Unified are disproportionately shunted into special education and subject to harsh discipline.
A new initiative is meant to help parents and schools settle Covid-related disputes over services for students before heading to court.
A San Diego County judge has declined to order that two school districts that were sued by a parent group be required to fully reopen by a set date.
A Los Angeles parent group filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Los Angeles Unified calling for a return to full-time, in-person instruction.
A bill that would have shielded districts that follow safety and health precautions from being sued failed to move forward.
College Board says students who couldn’t submit exams must retake them in June. Students instead want their original responses to be graded.
Funds will be shared by 75 elementary schools with the lowest reading scores.
The school board voted on an amended version of the spending plan, which was updated after a complaint was brought against the district.
The lawsuit follows similar actions by other states and California lawsuits against other for-profit colleges and student loan companies on behalf of student debtors.
A judge’s ruling in a case brought on behalf of schoolchildren in a Grand Canyon reservation could impact whether school districts are required to provide disability services to students impacted by trauma and adversity.
Lawsuit asks the court to order West Contra Costa Unified to seek a State Board of Education waiver to bypass an election so new boundaries could take effect in November.
The district agrees to provide an additional $150 million to 50 high-needs schools.
California joins UC, other states in trying to save program that protects undocumented young people
UC President Janet Napolitano seeks to stop the reversal of the program she helped create.