The Pasadena school district is among at least 35 in Los Angeles County that have approved reopening plans
The legislation, which Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to sign on Friday, is the most far-reaching effort by legislators in more than six months to address the educational challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
With questionable ventilation and cramped classrooms, teachers have every reason push back against reopening schools.
A coalition representing L.A. teachers, parents and activists accused The Times of giving too much attention to those who want to reopen schools, and short shrift to those who urge caution.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is allowing interscholastic sports to resume following a yearlong COVID-19 shutdown. Here is what you need to know.
The pandemic has taken a toll on educators, who are now on the cusp of school reopenings. How can we support them, so they can support our students?
A 32-year-old mural by Salvador Roberto Torres was demolished in September, despite community opposition.
Dangerous explosives were found and rendered safe at a Sacramento elementary school just before a group of children were expected to arrive, officials said.
The good news that LAUSD received enough vaccine doses for all elementary schools is only one aspect of union demands.
Elected officials across the city have lambasted the incident as racist stereotyping.