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Students Get Tech Ready for 2017

Communicating with teachers just got easier for parents and families of 140 Stevenson Middle School sixth and seventh graders thanks to an innovative program focused... Read more »

LAUSD Adopts Later School Start

Classes will begin one week later in the Los Angeles Unified School District next year, then begin another week later the following year under a plan approved Tuesday... Read more »

GO East L.A. Expands; Free Community College Launched

Efforts to get more Los Angeles students to college got a big boost this week with the launch of an initiative to give students a free year of community college,... Read more »

Nightingale Students On the Road to USC

Students at Nightingale Middle School in Cypress Park could get a full-ride scholarship to the University of Southern California if they successfully complete a... Read more »

Feds’ Sanctions Force Closure of ITT Technical Institutes

ITT Technical Institutes announced Tuesday that it is ceasing operations following a ruling by the U.S Department of Education barring it from accepting new students... Read more »

First Latino Named to Head State Community College System

The first Latino chancellor of the California Community Colleges was appointed by a unanimous vote of the college system’s Board of Governors, it was announced... Read more »

State Court Panel Upholds Teacher Tenure

In a major victory for teachers’ unions, a state appeals court panel today overturned a Los Angeles judge’s ruling that struck down California’s laws granting... Read more »

LA Unified Selects First Black Woman to Lead District

Los Angeles Unified School District Deputy Superintendent Michelle King was named today the district’s next superintendent. “What a historic moment this is,”... Read more »

As Nov. 30 Deadline Looms, UC Pres. Calls on Students to Apply

There’s still time and many good reasons to apply for admission to a UC campus, University of California President Janet Napolitano said during a meeting last... Read more »

College Breaks the Silence on Student Depression Crisis

New America Media – Studies show that a large percentage of college students with depression are isolated, reluctant to talk about their condition and too ashamed... Read more »

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