Call it the Hand of Providence or an awkward coincidence, but this summer more than 1 million children are attending a Mount Everest-themed Vacation Bible School program produced and sold months before the 7.8 magnitude quake struck Nepal, killing nearly 9,000 people and injuring over 23,000.
While the Common Core education standards provoked political backlash and testing boycotts around the country this year, the state that educates more public school children than any other — California — was conspicuously absent from the debate.
The recent cyber attack against the federal government is yet another indication that the need for talented information security experts is greater than ever before.
Soma Mei Sheng Frazier is an award-winning author, professor and chair of the English and Humanities Department at Bay Area-based Cogswell College.
Bus and rail operators of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) command some of the nation’s highest paid salaries in the transportation industry.
Artistic vision and business ventures can be powerful allies. In the case of art gallery co-founders Jenny Belotserkovsky and Michal Tavrosky, an entrepreneurial spirit drove them to co-found the Sanyok Gallery, creating artwork as well as social and business opportunities for other artists.
With many baby boomers thinking of retirement and a growing population of elderly residents, it shouldn’t be surprising that personal care aides and home health aides are among the fastest growing careers in San Francisco.
A successful business needs operations, marketing, strategy and happy people working there. If you’re smart and hungry, startups are the perfect place to bring non-technical value.
Jr. High Commencement Celebration For Blacks Called ‘Segregation,’ ‘Reverse Racism’ But District Will Continue To Allow It
An Antioch school counselor is under scrutiny for organizing an 8th grade promotion ceremony aimed at African-American students.
The College Board said there was a printing error in the SAT exam taken last weekend by high school students in the Bay Area and across the country. As a result, part of their scores won’t count.