Preschool and day-care workers across California say they are managing ad-hoc classrooms of older students while also caring for infants and toddlers.
Gen Z has embraced "brain sports," but as the pandemic sidelined most spellers and mathletes, Braille Challenge contenders found a way.
For the first time since World War II, there will be no Rose Parade in Pasadena on New Year's morning. Among other things, that means there will be no performance by the Los Angeles Unified School District's All City Honor Band, which exists for one re...
Having a child in the hospital is agony for any family, but having one stuck there for Christmas can be especially hard. This Christmas posed challenges to Santa, but hospitals managed to find ways to get him in, virtually or in person.
After months of delays and pandemic upheaval, officials have released the Master Plan for Early Learning and Care, a blueprint to remodel California's Byzantine child-care system.
Karen and Tai Carter teach kindergarten from a Highland Park school. These days they teach together from home.
Deaf Americans are picking a new name for President-elect Joe Biden, but some complain that it looks like a gang sign.
The L.A. County Department of Health reported 11 new coronavirus deaths Sunday, as daily hospitalizations continued to decline over the weekend.
It's hard to predict what may happen when California's primary schools reopen. But when it comes to the state's youngest students, data are more robust — and more reassuring.
Schools all over California are closed for the fall semester, with learning taking place online. But thousands of children will be logging into their classes from day camps and tutoring programs — some of which are using the very classrooms that were s...