Activist Ben Austin founded the Kids Coalition to help parents and students obtain more input into the educational policies of the Los Angeles Unified School District
Federal law guarantees homeless children a right to an education, regardless of where they're living.
Some LGBT students find themselves accepted by their peers, but not by teachers and administrators at school, said Vinnie Pompei of the Human Rights Campaign, who will speak at the EdSource Symposium in October.
Gabriela Orozco Gonzalez, a teacher in the Los Angeles area, discusses Common Core lessons, teacher collaboration, testing and educating English learners.
Transitional kindergarten was introduced after a 2010 California law changed the cutoff birth date for kindergarten entry from Dec. 2 to Sept. 1.
Definitions of “sanctuary” vary from district to district, but in most cases it means that school staff will not allow federal immigration agents on campus without a warrant, subpoena or court order.
Better Math Teaching Network in New England is testing new high school math instructional strategies to be shared with educators around the country.
Common Core standards in math and English language arts have brought many changes to California classrooms. Here's a rundown of what's different.
David B. Cohen profiles some of the state's best teachers in his new book.
The new head of the California Student Aid Commission discusses student needs.