A new law will allow more high school students in California to take college courses on their high school campuses. It's part of an effort to have more students better prepared for college.
Superintendents who lead districts where they grew up say they are motivated by a yearning to honor their mentors who nurtured them along the way.
San Francisco and Los Angeles unified districts among those organizing activities to engage students in communication.
Although most were able to fill their positions, many offered residency programs and financial incentives to do that.
Los Angeles Unified School District's new Fire Academy prepares students for careers as firefighters, part of an effort to offer more specific career-themed training.
The money is coming from a nonprofit that grew out of a plan to expand the number of charter schools.
Most of California's largest school districts filled nearly all their job openings.
The new magnet school provides students a hands-on learning experience.
The effort is focused on 10 neighborhoods with poorly performing schools.
The district plans to fight the ruling; the community group wants it enforced now.
The committee spent more than $1.3 million in support of one Assembly candidate.
The Broad Foundation announces its latest plan for creating "high-quality" schools.