A state senator on Thursday proposed repealing Proposition 227, the 16-year-old law that banned most bilingual education in public schools.
What causes people to lie and how do you spot someone who isn’t giving you the truth? These are among the topics discussed in the new Lying 101 class offered at Saint Mary’s College this January.
A 16-year-old student was arrested for bringing a sawed-off rifle to a high school in San Francisco’s Portola District on Tuesday, police said.
Sheriff’s deputies released surveillance photos and were asking the public to help identify an unknown person who entered El Sobrante Christian School in unincorporated Contra Costa County during school hours on Nov. 4.
California State University, San Jose is suspending online courses for credit that were announced with great fanfare and backing from the governor in January, saying it wants to improve student performance.
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.