A bill in the California Assembly would add to previous legislation by further restricting when a community college can require students to take remedial classes. Faculty association says it goes too far.
Black and Latino students in Los Angeles are less likely than white peers to go to college and earn a degree, and more needs to be done to close the gap, new report finds.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2022-23 January budget proposal.
Blind students sued the Los Angeles Community College District claiming that they weren’t given accessible materials in math classes.
Federal discrimination case focuses on blind students' access to handouts and textbooks needed to participate in class.
With the FDA fully approving the Pfizer vaccine, more students and staff at California colleges will need to be vaccinated this fall.
Teachers union insists Covid-19 protections must be in place; leader of state's largest community college hopes students can rebound in the spring.