How are pension costs creating a challenge for school districts? This EdSource video explains why pensions are consuming a growing share of school budgets and what could be done.
Los Angeles Unified has tested water in all of its schools for lead over the last decade, but critics say its policies put children at risk.
A new law requires schools to test their water for lead, but children could remain exposed to dangerous levels of the toxic metal.
Watch John Fensterwald in conversation with Sean Reardon and Deborah Stipek on early childhood education.
One of two international high schools in California, the small Oakland campus offers special programs for immigrant students.
Many tout the practice as a groundbreaking alternative to zero-tolerance policies and a way to alleviate discipline disparities, while some say it's being oversold as a quick fix.
A federally funded pilot program is bringing college and financial aid counseling to low-income students who live in public housing projects in nine cities, including Los Angeles. Whether it expands nationwide depends on results and funding.