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Super Saturday Cash for College Workshops This Weekend

Need money for college? Help filling out all those financial aid and scholarship applications? If the answer is yes you might want to consider attending one of more... Read more »

MUSD Awarded Multi-Million Dollar Grant to Fund Head Start Program

A $7.2 million grant from California’s Department of Health and Human Services will allow the Montebello Unified School District to administer its Head Start Program... Read more »

LAUSD At Risk of Losing Millions If Parents Don’t Respond

Los Angeles school officials are pulling out all the stops to get parents of students at nearly 400 “high-poverty” schools to submit required paperwork by this... Read more »

Union Bank Promotes Early Financial Literacy with Book Donation to L.A. Unified

Students at Multnomah Elementary School in Hillside Village proudly hold their copies of “What a Bank Can Do,” a limited edition children’s book focused on... Read more »

Gov. Signs Education Funding Bills

At a Los Angeles ceremony, Gov. Jerry Brown Monday signed into law a school-funding measure aimed at directing additional funds to low-income schools across the... Read more »

Cultural High School Charter Renewal Denied

Despite efforts by parents and staff to generate support for El Sereno-based Anahuacalmecac International University Preparatory High School, the Los Angeles Unified... Read more »

Three Eastside-area Charter High Schools Graduate First Class of Seniors

Alliance Media Arts & Entertainment Design High School, which has been temporarily housed at the corner of Whittier and Atlantic Boulevards in East Los Angeles,... Read more »

Students Credit Small Prep Program for Higher SAT Scores

Some local college-bound students are crediting a Highland Park resource center for helping them get the SAT scores that helped them earn a place at several prestigious... Read more »

LAUSD to Keep In Classroom Breakfasts

The Los Angeles Unified School District board voted unanimously Tuesday to continue the Breakfast in the Classroom program, which has faced some criticism for cutting... Read more »

After 72 Years, Sycamore Grove School Will Close

One of Northeast Los Angeles’ best “kept secrets,” a K-8th grade Christian school, will close its doors in June, ending nearly three quarters of a century... Read more »

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