Roughly 350,000 community college students received a personal email from UC President Janet Napolitano last week, encouraging them to begin thinking about the next stage of their education.
Fremont High School students, teachers and other community members are angry and organizing for change at their school after a security camera video surfaced showing a student being assaulted by a campus security guard.
By Shefali Luthra , KHN News While the incidence of autism spectrum disorder has increased in recent years, what’s behind it remains relatively mysterious and even controversial. But a major study could shed new [...]
As part of its ongoing efforts to promote education, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) recently announced the launch of its fourth annual PG&E Better Together STEM Scholarship program.
By Jorge Lerma A disturbing new video has surfaced showing security guards at Fremont High in Oakland roughing up and handcuffing a student in the school’s [...]
By Anh Do, L.A. Times Anaheim Supt. Michael Matsuda has a special connection the district and its homeless students
By Roseann Torres As a Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Board of Education member for the past three years representing District 5, I have remained committed to the basic reason I ran for the [...]
By Manny Otiko/California Black Media Dr. Shirley Thornton, a retired educator and colonel in the United States Army Reserves, remembers reaching a “glass ceiling” when she tried to advance to a senior level position [...]
Two whistleblowing teachers at the Oakland Charter Academy, part of the Amethod Public Schools network, are alleging that they were fired without notice on the last day before Christmas vacation after they complained that the [...]
More than 206,000 students applied to attend the University of California as undergraduates in fall 2016, an overall jump of 6.4 percent over fall 2015 and the twelfth consecutive year of record-breaking high numbers of [...]