Latest News & Information About Education
- Bay Area Activists, Educators Call For Inauguration Day Closure Of Schools Schools in the Bay Area are wrestling with calls to cancel class, in protest, on Inauguration Day.
- City College Of San Francisco Receives 7-Year Accreditation After Long Battle City College of San Francisco has had its accreditation reaffirmed for the next seven years, school officials announced Friday.
- San Francisco Woman Prepares Low-Income Kids For College Through Non-Profit Group In the middle of San Francisco's Bayview Hunter's Point, a non-profit group is tutoring high-schoolers from the city's low-income communities, many seeking to be the first in their families to attend college.
- UCSF Receiving $500M Donation From Diller Family Foundation The University of California, San Francisco has received the single largest gift in UC history.
- 11,000 Workers Walk Off Job at UC Campuses Across California More than 11,000 clerical and administrative support workers are on a one-day strike against the 10-campus University of California system and medical centers.
- 12,000 UC Staffers To Stage 1-Day Walkout Thousands of clerical and support staff throughout the University of California system will stage a one-day walkout Tuesday in sympathy with striking workers at UCLA.
- SoCal College Pays $28K Ransom After Student Data Is Hacked A Los Angeles community college has paid a $28,000 ransom after a hacker took student data hostage.
- McClymonds High School Football Team Honored In Oakland For Winning State Championship Oakland mayor Libby Schaaf and other city and school officials honored the McClymonds High School football team Friday for being the first Oakland public high school team to win a state championship.
- Santa Rosa CHP Takes Boy To School Christmas Play After His Family Crashes En Route An elementary school child made it to school to sing in his Christmas play thanks to a CHP officer investigating a crash in Santa Rosa.
- San Francisco School District Announces New Program To Alleviate Teacher Shortage The newly created SFUSD Pathway to Teaching is a one-year credentialing program that will recruit and train new teachers.