STATE: LAUSD will rebuild Roosevelt High —…

It's official: Los Angeles' historic Roosevelt High School will get a massive and long-overdue rebuild of its aging campus. But for some alumni, there's a flaw in the construction plans: the most historic, culturally-significant buildings on Roosevelt's campus will have… Read full article at KPCC

STATE: Who’s top-ranked high school in San…

Students enroll at the Preuss School at UC San Diego with an ambitious goal: become the first in their family to graduate from college. This year, 100 percent of graduates are going onto four-year universities, according to the prestigious charter… Read full article at San Diego Union-Tribune

STATE: More Than Just A Job: Stories…

Teachers across the country are pushing for better pay and increased school funding. They consistently make less than other college graduates with comparable experience — even though, for many teachers, working with students is more than a full-time job. There… Read full article at KPBS

STATE: UC labor strike expands with show…

Fong Chuu is a registered nurse who has assisted with countless liver transplants, kidney surgeries and gastric bypasses during 34 years at UCLA. Working with her are scrub technicians who sterilize equipment, hand medical instruments to the surgeon and dress… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: GUSD can’t find consensus with math…

If learning mathematics wasn't difficult enough, the Glendale Unified School District is proving the process of selecting a curriculum can be just as challenging. For a second straight board meeting, teachers, staff members and the Glendale Unified school board debated… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

STATE: High school student charged with recruiting…

A high school senior in Chula Vista was charged Monday in federal court with recruiting classmates to smuggle drugs from Mexico into the United States, officials said. Phillip Junior Webb, 18, was charged with conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and smuggling… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

NATIONAL: Judge dismisses Sandy Hook parents’ lawsuit…

HARTFORD, Conn. — A Connecticut judge has cited government immunity in dismissing a lawsuit by the parents of two children killed in the 2012 Newtown, Connecticut, school massacre against the town and its school district over alleged inadequate security measures.… Read full article at The Washington Post

NATIONAL: Gates, Zuckerberg Team up on New…

SEATTLE (AP) — Tech moguls Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg said Tuesday they will team up to help develop new methods for kids with trouble learning — an effort that will include dabbling into child brain science. The Bill and… Read full article at US News and World Report

NATIONAL: U.S. judge denies teachers union bid…

A federal judge Tuesday rejected a request by the American Federation of Teachers to stop Project Veritas from releasing information it collected in an undercover operation targeting a Michigan union affiliate. The controversial conservative group said it would release videotapes… Read full article at The Washington Post

NATIONAL: Are Teacher Strikes Illegal? Depends Where…

Teachers have walked off their jobs in five states in recent weeks and months to protest the impact of low state education budgets on the classroom, including on their paychecks. Have they been engaged in strikes? Aren't strikes by public… Read full article at Education Week