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  • How to Limit Student Debt

    How to Limit Student Debt
    Frightened by reports of college grads being crushed by student loans? Protect yourself by limiting how much you borrow. -- Choose a school that fits into the family budget. That doesn't mean sacrificing quality. Check out Kiplinger's Best College Values...
  • What You Need to Know About Money

    What You Need to Know About Money
    What do kids need to know about money when they head off to college? Here's what this year's Kiplinger interns -- Amanda Lilly , Deanna Pan and Michael Stratford -- had to say about key financial issues. Budgeting. Amanda learned how to parcel out her...
  • Be smart about finances in college

    Be smart about finances in college
    When I left home for college, I clearly remember being petrified of using my credit card. I'd always paid for everything with either cash or a debit card, and the prospect of buying something with credit just didn't make sense to me. But my parents...
  • Crenshaw principal says teachers' dismissals not tied to union activity

    Crenshaw principal says teachers' dismissals not tied to union activity
    The principal of Crenshaw High School testified in a hearing Thursday that 12 former teachers who allege they were targeted and removed because of their union activism were let go from the campus for a variety of other reasons, including subpar...
  • College domestic: A checklist

    College domestic: A checklist
    For most, life at home is like staying at a 4-star hotel. There is always food available that you didn't go out and buy, your trash is picked up, and if you forget your key, there is always someone to let you in. Your domestic duties are handled by...
  • Anaheim Union superintendent aims to serve all students

    Anaheim Union superintendent aims to serve all students
    When community leaders gathered to welcome Michael Matsuda, the new superintendent decided to share the moment — and the limelight — with one of his students. Abby Carreon, a 17-year-old homeless student who was beginning her senior year...
  • Campus sex crime reports rise as federal scrutiny grows

    Campus sex crime reports rise as federal scrutiny grows
    The number of sex crimes reported at some California colleges rose in 2013 from the previous year, according to figures released Wednesday by the schools. The annual disclosures are mandated under the Clery Act, which calls for colleges and universities...
  • L.A. school board authorizes talks on departure agreement with Deasy

    L.A. school board authorizes talks on departure agreement with Deasy
    The Los Angeles Board of Education has authorized its attorneys to discuss terms of a possible departure agreement with schools Supt. John Deasy, The Times has learned. The move was made in a specially called closed session Tuesday, but it was not...
  • Business, civic leaders call on L.A. school board to retain John Deasy

    Business, civic leaders call on L.A. school board to retain John Deasy
    Local business and civic leaders are calling on the Los Angeles Board of Education to retain Supt. John Deasy, hoping to head off potential action by a board majority that is unhappy with him. The school board is scheduled to meet behind closed doors...
  • School board starts weighing Supt. Deasy's evaluation

    School board starts weighing Supt. Deasy's evaluation
    The Board of Education began deliberations Tuesday on the evaluation of Supt. John Deasy, who has come under fire for his handling of a $1.3-billion effort to provide iPads to all students and for what critics call an autocratic, ineffective leadership...
  • Brown splits package of bills aimed at reducing truancy

    Brown splits package of bills aimed at reducing truancy
    Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday vetoed two bills aimed at curbing truancy and absenteeism among California students. The bills, part of a package proposed by state Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris and several lawmakers, would have required school boards and...