| Oct 5, 2013
Re "A Sissy as tough as Wyoming," Column One, Oct. 3
Women have been wearing men's clothing for more than a century yet are never referred to as "cross dressers." But really, that is beside the point.
Sissy Goodwin is an admirable man. He is living...
| Oct 5, 2013
Re "The charter mistake," Opinion, Oct. 1
To say I am disappointed by Diane Ravitch's Op-Ed article is an understatement. Many of her assertions regarding charter schools are offensive to the parents and educators who have created some amazing charters....
| Nov 10, 2013
Re "Charter upsets residents around campus," Nov. 4
It may be difficult to live near a school, but residents should be aware of that when they move in. If drivers are parking illegally and blocking driveways, that must be fixed.
However, I have not...
| Nov 22, 2013
| 6:48 AM
A Los Angeles charter school teacher faces up to two years in prison after admitting in court to sexually abusing two students over the course of six months.
Juan Ramon Cardoza, 56, of Downey, pleaded no contest Thursday to two counts of lewd acts...
| Oct 13, 2013
| 4:17 PM
On NFL and college football rosters, this is the week for a little trash talking via text messages, tweets and Facebook postings.
"I tell them, 'You went to the wrong school,' and they tell me the same thing," Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman...
| Dec 5, 2013
| 4:16 PM
It has been the year of the quarterback in the City Section. From Cristian Solano of San Fernando closing in on 4,000 yards passing to Alexander Diamont of Venice accounting for 47 touchdowns passing and running, there are plenty of quarterbacks coming...
| Dec 7, 2013
| 6:04 PM
After each school day, librarian Dinora Arteaga leads a special reading program for a dozen kindergarten and first-grade students, along with their parents. Their goal: learning 10 new words a week.
Arteaga works almost exclusively with Spanish-speaking...
| Sep 20, 2013
| 11:16 AM
In the coming weeks, Gov. Jerry Brown will likely sign AB 484, a measure that would put the state at odds with the Obama administration and risk $1.5 billion in federal funding by effectively suspending data collection on K-12 student achievement for...
| Sep 27, 2013
| 10:47 AM
"It's a mess."
That's what City Section Commissioner John Aguirre said of the ongoing issues involving the Sotomayor football program. The first-year varsity team has been forced to forfeit its first three victories because of ineligible players, and...
| Sep 30, 2013
| 9:20 AM
Los Angeles Sotomayor, a first-year varsity football program, is 4-0 on the field but 1-3 officially because of forfeits from ineligible players.
Parents, players and coaches continue trying to clean up eligibility issues. First-year Coach Danny Castro...
| May 28, 2013
| 3:04 PM
On June 9, a dozen of Los Angeles’ best known pastry chefs will meet, some of them for the first time, to host the first “Bakers will Bake” Bake Sale to benefit Larchmont’s Edible Schoolyard.
The pastry chefs include Roxana...