Keith Brown, the Oakland union president, said teachers’ strikes in Los Angeles and elsewhere in the country energized Oakland teachers and showed them a path toward winning concessions he says are crucial to offering a strong public education.
An L.A. school board member is pressing for a deeper look into what consultants are telling Supt. Austin Beutner about how to fix the nation's second-largest school system.
Los Angeles school officials have released the secret contracts of senior advisers to Supt. Austin Beutner on his L.A. Unified restructuring plan.
Colleges and universities across California are scrambling to revise their Title IX procedures after a state appellate court ruled that accused students have a right to a hearing and to cross examine their accusers.
The Los Angeles Community College District acted properly in selecting a manager for its multi-billion construction bond measure program, a judge has ruled, dismissing allegations of unfair treatment by the losing bidder.
The governor has asked state schools Supt. Tony Thurmond to convene an expert panel to study the impact that charter schools have on school districts.
A $3.3-billion construction bond for the L.A. Community College District approved by voters in 2016 has sparked controversy over lawsuits, overspending and performance problems.
Getting into college is hard. Getting the degree is harder — especially if you're a low-income minority student. A local charter-school organization thinks it can make an impact by more carefully matching students with a college that's the best fit.
The 3% systemwide drop could be a temporary blip, experts said, but demographic trends have already affected college enrollment nationwide, even at elite institutions in the Northeast.
The L.A. Board of Education on Tuesday approved a contract with teachers, along with a non-binding resolution that calls on state officials to support a moratorium on new charter schools.
Occidental President Jonathan Veitch, who survived campus racial protests and student demands for his resignation, will step down next year, the school's board of trustees announced Sunday.
It took an all-nighter with the mayor in City Hall to end the Los Angeles teachers' strike. Caffeine, exhaustion and urgency also played roles in bringing leaders of the teachers union and school district together.
The strike at L.A. Unified is over but still fueling a conversation about funding, charter schools, class sizes and social inequities across California and beyond.
The LAUSD teachers' strike ends as United Teachers Los Angeles says its members overwhelming support a new contract agreement with L.A. Unified. The union and the school board still must officially ratify the pact.
The Cal State University system will not see a tuition hike this fall, thanks to a $300 million increase in funding in Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed budget, Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Tuesday.
A look at the details of the tentative agreement to end the LAUSD teachers' strike. What are the big wins? What ground do L.A. teachers gain?
The LAUSD teachers' strike will extend into Tuesday even if an agreement is reached between United Teachers Los Angeles and the L.A. Unified School District. Union members and the school board still would have to ratify an agreement.
The strike at L.A. Unified is challenging for teachers on the picket line — especially those married to other striking teachers. They worry about the loss of the income — though they are committed to the fight.
Talks to settle the LAUSD teachers' strike in Los Angeles are continuing through the weekend between the Los Angeles Unified School District and the L.A. teachers union, United Teachers Los Angeles.
During the LAUSD strike, a lot of parents have chosen to support the L.A. teachers and keep kids home. But schools have stayed open in L.A. Unified.
During the LAUSD strike, kids from Encino Charter Elementary School haven't missed a day of learning even though they're supporting their L.A. teachers. They're attending strike school in their living rooms, taught by their parents.
As the LAUSD teachers' strike heads into its first weekend, bargaining teams for the teachers union and L.A. Unified continue negotiations behind closed doors.
Los maestros del LAUSD están en huelga porque su sindicato, Maestros Unidos de Los Ángeles, y el distrito no pueden llegar a un acuerdo sobre un contrato.
On the fifth day of the strike, the L.A. teachers union and Los Angeles Unified are talking, and hopes are growing that a settlement is near.
In political terms, the L.A. teachers strike has created winners and losers. Mayor Garcetti is up; L.A. schools Supt. Beutner is down. But anything could change in this high-stakes event.
Los Angeles Unified School District serves 60,000 students with special needs, more than 12% of its overall enrollment. The LAUSD teachers' strike is especially worrisome for the parents of those children, who fear schedule disruptions and other safety concerns.
Negotiations have resumed in an effort to settle the L.A. teachers' strike. The venue is City Hall, with the help of Mayor Eric Garcetti.
University of California regents loosened rules on unpaid activities adopted after controversial moonlighting by former UC Davis Chancellor Linda Katehi.
The outlines of a possible deal are emerging, but sticking points and animosity could torpedo a quick resolution. Meanwhile, everyone wants to know, when will the LAUSD strike end?
University of California regents fielded protests this week over a UC Santa Cruz plan to build housing on a pristine meadow.
On Day 2 of the LAUSD strike, a look inside a public school with no teachers, where kids sit all day at long tables in the gym.
En lugar de ir a clase, los estudiantes pueden cuidar de animales durante la huelga de maestros del LAUSD
Cuando los maestros de Los Ángeles iniciaron la huelga, una ola de protestas y manifestaciones de profesores en todo el país también comenzó.