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  • Cal State leader lays out plan to speed graduation

    Cal State leader lays out plan to speed graduation
    California State University Chancellor Timothy P. White on Wednesday announced an ambitious agenda to move students more quickly to graduation by hiring more experienced faculty and advisors, increasing online courses and boosting other opportunities to...
  • Purdue University shooting: Victim, suspect are identified

    Purdue University shooting: Victim, suspect are identified
    Purdue University officials announced classes would be canceled through Wednesday after one teacher's assistant allegedly shot and killed another in the school's electrical engineering building. Cody Cousins, 23, was held in the Tippecanoe County Jail...
  • Teacher's assistant kills another at Purdue University, police say

    Teacher's assistant kills another at Purdue University, police say
    A teacher's assistant walked into a basement classroom at Purdue University on Tuesday, targeted a fellow teacher's assistant and opened fire, killing his victim before going outside and surrendering to police, authorities said. Cody Cousins, 23, was...
  • Colorado school faces accusation that it could have prevented shooting

    Colorado school faces accusation that it could have prevented shooting
    CENTENNIAL, Colo. — Sometimes a kid is just mouthing off. Sometimes he could become the next school shooter. How do teachers and principals know the difference? The short but disquieting answer: They might not. In post-Columbine America, where...
  • More preschool than California can afford

     More preschool than California can afford
    Preschool can do wonderful things for disadvantaged children — get them used to how a classroom works, give them play time with others and help them build crucial developmental skills, such as vocabulary, simply by exposing them to more books and...
  • USC's MPW program to close in 2016 - but students want to save it

    USC's MPW program to close in 2016 - but students want to save it
    "For us, as writers, this is what we do: Use our voices. We want to be heard," says Kelly Rudnicki. She expects to get her masters in professional writing from USC in the spring of 2015 -- and if all goes as planned, she'll be one of the program's last...
  • Alhambra vice principal quits after YouTube sex abuse allegation

    Alhambra vice principal quits after YouTube sex abuse allegation
    A woman identifying herself as the former student of an Alhambra High School vice principal went public with her accusations after her¬†YouTube video¬†alleging childhood sexual abuse went viral and sparked the vice principal’s resignation. The video...
  • Alhambra vice principal, accused of sex abuse, quits; inquiry begins

    Alhambra vice principal, accused of sex abuse, quits; inquiry begins
    Authorities are investigating sexual abuse allegations against a former Alhambra vice principal made by a former student who secretly recorded what she presented as a telephone confrontation with the educator and posted the video on YouTube. The case...
  • Lawsuit takes on California teachers' job protections

    Lawsuit takes on California teachers' job protections
    Local school districts, state legislators and even a California governor have tried to limit teachers' job protections, among the most generous in the country. Efforts have all failed to rid public schools of ineffective teachers by making it easier to...
  • Parents' campaign leads to reforms at Cudahy elementary school

    Parents' campaign leads to reforms at Cudahy elementary school
    Rosa Estrada wanted some serious changes at her child's Cudahy elementary school. She joined efforts last fall demanding new leadership amid complaints that the principal had failed to address campus bullying, boost academic performance or work...
  • Critics call for more oversight of California accreditation panel

    Critics call for more oversight of California accreditation panel
    In the last year, a little-known panel of educators has been denounced by state lawmakers, sued by San Francisco's city attorney and faulted by the federal government for violating its own policies. Critics have called the Accrediting Commission for...