California State University plans to spend the projected $125.1 million in extra state funding for the 2013-14 academic year to expand enrollment and online courses, boost employee salaries and pay for increased energy and health benefit costs.
Looking for the right combination of brawn and brains, Stanford signed 12 players to national letters of intent Wednesday. That’s a considerably smaller—and less heralded—group than a year ago, when the Cardinal coach hauled in 22 players in what the program called the best class in its history.
California’s students may be filling in fewer bubbles on multiple choice standardized tests in the future and writing longer answers instead.
A Palo Alto 11-year-old has been ordered to transfer to another school because he carries the genetic mutations for cystic fibrosis.
A San Francisco teacher who was twice accused of physical abuse is starting the new school year in a new classroom, and some parents are not pleased.
South Bay’s expectant parents never need to worry about discovering the right doula or figuring out how to breastfeed along. Whether this is your third set of C-section twins or you’re first-timing it au naturale, this area has a little something for every growing family. South Bay’s best child birth classes cover pregnancy and parenthood from fuzzy head to tiny toes so well they’ll put even the most nervous new mom at ease.
It sounds fancy, but Pilates was developed by a man who grew up sick and weak in early 20th Century Germany as a means of improving his strength and balance with a relatively low-impact workout. In San Francisco, more than 100 studios and fitness centers offer Pilates classes. Whether it’s a mat class or a spring-and-pulley system, San Fran has something for everyone.
Introducing kids to “what engineers do” has been Parker Merrill’s passion for over 25 years. In 1986, he and a fellow teacher started the Engineering Academy at Oakland Tech.
An Atherton school teacher was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday after he rattled a table to get the attention of his math students.