STATE: This Arizona teacher could make $50,000…

(CNN)Arizona teacher Christina Carter lives about 5 miles from the California border and believes she could earn about $50,000 more a year doing essentially the same job in the Golden State. And it would only add 10 minutes to her… Read full article at CNN

STATE: Cal State decides not to raise…

Leaders of the 23-campus California State University system have decided not to increase tuition for the 2018-19 school year, cancelling a planned $228 hike in response to commitments from the Legislature for more state funding. Cal State system Chancellor Timothy… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: After seven shot in the city…

As students and educators throughout the country marked the National Day of Action Against Gun Violence in Schools on Friday, those gathered in Richmond, Calif. also expressed concerns about gun violence in the community. “For us – this is a… Read full article at EdSource

Students across California join latest national…

Thousands of students throughout California walked out of school Friday, joining the third in a trilogy of national protests over the past month to demand stricter gun control laws in the wake of February’s massacre at Margory Stoneman Douglas High… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Lawmakers question Gov. Brown’s plan to…

Key California lawmakers who shape education policy are questioning Gov. Jerry Brown’s plan to dramatically overhaul how community colleges are funded. The proposal calls for tying some money to student outcomes, moving away from a model that funds colleges largely… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Cal State University tuition won’t go…

On Friday California State University Chancellor Tim White said he’s shelving a plan to raise student tuition a second year in a row. “In light of California’s strong economy, California’s students and their families should not be saddled with additional… Read full article at KPCC

STATE: L.A. students join students nationwide in…

Trinity Erazo and Yesenia Lopez are only 16. But already, they know what it's like to hide in fear from a campus shooter. The University High School sophomores visited UCLA two years ago for their eighth-grade picnic. But they soon… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Burbank Unified teachers march for better…

Close to 200 Burbank Unified educators, parents, students and retirees marched for higher teacher and staff wages, improved healthcare compensation and other concerns before a school board meeting Thursday, while more than a dozen spoke during the proceedings. The activities… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Cal State leader shelves proposed tuition…

Cal State, the nation's largest public university system, will no longer consider a plan to raise tuition for the 2018-19 academic year, Chancellor Timothy P. White announced Friday. The decision is a bet that Sacramento will come through in the… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: Once more, L.A. school board decision…

After more than five hours in closed session, the Los Angeles Board of Education recessed its meeting Friday without announcing a new superintendent for the nation's second-largest school system. The board is scheduled to resume deliberations May 1. Most of… Read full article at Los Angeles Times