Heat Prompts South Bay School District To Let Over 7,000 Students Go Home EarlyThe heatwave hitting the Bay Area has prompted a school district in the South Bay to let more than 7,000 students go home early for the next two days because classrooms aren't equipped with air conditioning.
Hundreds Of UC Berkeley Students Walk Out Of Classes To Protest Planned Tuition HikesHundreds of UC Berkeley students walked out of classrooms Monday to march in protest of planned tuition hikes.
School Back In Session For Most Napa Students Following 2 ‘Earthquake’ DaysPlenty of students and teachers at Napa High School were anxious for the first day back since Sunday's 6.0 earthquake.
Fire Marshal Shuts Down Classrooms At A Santa Rosa High School Over Safety Violations A Santa Rosa high school has shut down several classrooms after the local fire marshal uncovered a series of safety code violations.
3D Printers Inching Towards Mainstream; Consumers Can Expect User-Friendly Models As the technology improves and costs come down, 3D printers are getting closer to becoming mainstream. Consumers can expect more user-friendly models to be introduced for homes, the workplace and in classrooms.
Larry Magid: Finding Appropriate Technology For School KidsAs more and more technology makes its way into classrooms, schools and educators are having to determine what is appropriate for students to use.
San Jose High School Students Shocked By Racist Graffiti In ClassroomRacial and inflammatory graffiti showed up in classrooms at Mt. Pleasant High School after some teachers allowed students to draw on walls that were scheduled to be destroyed.
San Francisco Charter School Struggles After 5-Alarm FireThe Creative Arts Charter School suffered $50,000 in smoke and water damage in the December 22 fire.
Seismic Repair Needs Mounting For UC CampusesThe tough economic times have already hit the UC system hard and now, there is an urgent need for funds to help seismically retrofit several campuses.