It’s a mad commencement scramble to deliver some pomp to the Class of 2021. Universities are changing their plans the very week that wider reopenings are announced.
A writer who took issue with his daughter’s AP U.S. history course went too far when he accused teachers of ‘deliberately trying to strip the past of relevance.’
As L.A. County high schools reopen, teens are redefining back-to-school wardrobe, shedding their remote-learning loungewear for innovative looks.
Officials abandon effort to extend the school year in the face of opposition from teachers and lukewarm parent support.
An adjunct professor at Cypress College repeatedly interrupted and challenged a student who expressed pro-police views during a Zoom presentation.
L.A. Unified catches up to other agencies and reopens school playgrounds, but with strict guidelines intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Tens of thousands of UC applicants are wait-listed this year amid record applications, and admission directors say forecasting chances of being selected is as uncertain as ever.
My daughter’s Advanced Placement text teaches Black history, Indigenous history, labor history and more very, very badly.
There is nothing hateful or “anti-white” about teaching the contributions and experiences of California’s minority communities.
Donors are pushing to elevate Jain studies and principles at colleges as calls grow to diversify Euro-centric narratives in education.