'Schoolhouse Rock' Creator Bob Dorough Dies At 94The man who taught thousands of kids -- and adults -- about grammar and math through song has died.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Kentucky Governor Claims Teachers' Strike Left Children Vulnerable To Sexual AssaultKentucky Gov. Matt Bevin says children were left vulnerable to harm, sexual assault and drugs as a result of public school closures throughout the state Friday to allow teachers and supporters to protest at the state's Capitol.
Study: Armed Security Officers Are On The Rise In US SchoolsLast month's mass shooting at a Florida high school put renewed focus on the role of armed school security guards.
Case Of Shackled Kids Revives Home-School Regulation DebateJust over a week after California officials found 13 siblings allegedly held captive, home-schooling advocates say they are bracing for calls for stricter oversight of the practice.
Lawyers Sue California Because Too Many Children Can't ReadA group of prominent lawyers is suing California because so many school children do not know how to read and they argue the state has done nothing about it.
Should People Without Kids Not Have To Pay School Taxes?No kids, no school taxes: A new proposed measure would change how California pays for public education.
California Education Board Approves 10 Textbook Families, Rejects 2A California education panel on Thursday recommended that 10 families of textbooks receive the state's blessing after incorporating dozens of changes requested by LGBT groups and Hindus.
'Next Generation' Science Standards Aim To Up Teaching GameSchool teachers around Sacramento are stepping up their teaching game in science.
Boater Education Cards Will Be Required On California WatersAs the temperatures begin to warm up, people around San Joaquin County are just about ready to head towards the river.
Central California 12-Year-Old Wins National Spelling BeeAnanya didn't come into the bee as the most heralded speller, but she outclassed her better-known competitors and survived a long duel.
Mother Graduates College - Without Ever Stepping Foot Inside ClassroomA Sacramento mother of two is the second in her family to graduate from college – and she did so without ever stepping foot inside a classroom.
California Graduation Rate Rises To 83 PercentCalifornia's high school graduation rate reached a new high last year.
California Schools To Ensure Education For English LearnersCalifornia schools agreed to ensure language education for 1.4 million students who are designated as English learners under a federal settlement announced Friday.
California Student Scores Up, But Many Don't Meet New StandardsStudents in California improved their scores on an annual statewide exam but most still aren't meeting the more challenging standards for math and reading, according to results released Wednesday.