Poll Shows More Californians Doubt the Value of a 4-Year Degree

A majority still think post-secondary institutions aren't totally worthless, but 60 percent think CA’s public universities are unaffordable

The Mystery of the Missing Public School Students

Cityside Column: A statewide tumble in enrollment prompts a search for answer and options

Why California Middle School Kids Can’t Count

An analysis conducted by EdSource indicates that Golden State eighth graders are performing at a fifth grade level in math

L.A. Teacher’s Union Agrees to Drop Mask Mandate

The agreement says indoor masking will be optional for all staff and students starting Wednesday, but retains it is “strongly recommended”

Chapman Professor Slaps Students with Lawsuit After Finding Exams Online

“It’s partly punishing the wrongdoers, but more importantly, it’s protecting the other students who are being hurt by this behavior,” Marc Hankin, an attorney for professor, said

LAUSD Parents Hold Protest Against Indoor Mask Mandate

Protestors are directing their frustrations at United Teachers Los Angeles, who have been key in extending the mandate

Cal State Will Pay Ex-Chancellor $400,000 in Settlement Following Resignation

The California State University board of trustees will pay former Chancellor Joseph I. Castro $401,364 until Feb. 2023 following his resignation

Unmasked Faces on L.A. School Campuses Is a Minor Miracle

Cityside Column: Los Angeles county students reach a COVID-clearance milestone

UCLA Classes Resume After Ex-Lecturer Arrested Over Threats

Officials resumed in-person learning Wednesday at UCLA after the former philosophy lecturer who made threats to the campus was arrested

The Omicron Semester Began at Los Angeles Schools

Students face big entry lines, but unlike some other districts, the campuses are open