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A majority of college graduates with student loans said they would shave their head if the debt could be erased, according to a new survey, and some others said they would consider giving up coffee and even spending a week in jail.
U.S. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) announced a new bill on Wednesday, the Family Friendly Schools Act, to make school days longer by a total of three hours.
Oscar Cruz who attends Graves Middle School is making an impact in the pool and in the classroom.
An anonymous donor paid $7,813.50 to the Ocean View School District to clear all outstanding school lunch balances for children in the district.
Magic is happening on stage and in the classroom at John Burrows Middle School thanks to a teacher who's creative soul comes with love, Jennifer Heath.
A Los Angeles City Council committee Wednesday forwarded a proposal to create a children's savings account program that could begin in the first grade.
The Los Angeles County Office of Education announced today that it will dedicate $2 million to help historically undercounted communities conduct an accurate 2020 Census.
The rankings are based on feedback from students and published in the Prince Review’s 2020 edition of “The Best 385 Colleges.”
Varsity football player Anthony W. Spearman III, 16, credits God and his faith for his success on and off the field. He is currently a varsity running back at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks and has gained a reputation for his intensity, leadership, willingness to learn and good character both on and off the field.
There is a farm revolution going on in the Inland Empire at Don Lugo High School and it’s all because of agricultural teacher, Alyssa Berry.
Cal State Northridge received an anonymous $2.1 million gift to support its Armenian Studies Program and related specialcollection holdings.
At the base of the Foothill Mountains, music is filling the air. The sound of mariachi is making its mark in the Azusa Unified School District and it’s all because of its talented music director, Carlos Rios.
A Florida middle school teacher is under investigation after giving students a multiple-choice question about President Donald Trump that referred to him as an “idiot,” according to reports.
The Pasadena Unified school board has narrowly voted to close three elementary schools, even as the officials who worked mostclosely on the issue warned that the path chosen could result in future school closures.
Move over Ironman because there’s a new Tony Stark in town! His name is Ed Hernandez and he is the genius behind the award-winning T-Tech Academy at Tustin High School.
Saturday is the 15th annual Museum Day and several museums in the Los Angeles area will be offering free admission.
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Los Angeles Friday morning to bring awareness to the issue of climate change.
David Burn is the epitome of grace under pressure. He is the first male dancer on the Sunny Hills Dance Production Team and he couldn’t be more proud.
University of California President Janet Napolitano has announced plans to resign next year.