Ten thousand patients every year — many unable to afford dental insurance — rely on students and professors at the University of the Pacific’s Dugoni School of Dentistry for dental care. Now, those patients will be treated at state-of-the-art facilities in a brand new South-of-Market campus.
California is embarking on a first-of-its-kind attempt to improve the academic lives of foster youth by giving schools more money to meet their special learning and emotional needs and holding educators and administrators accountable.
A Nevada man who worked as a certified sign language interpreter for the deaf at North Salinas High School pleaded no contest Friday to misdemeanor child molestation.
Construction is underway at San Jose State University where a new $126 million student dormitory tower is being built.
The troubled for-profit education company Corinthian Colleges Inc. and the Education Department reached an agreement late Thursday that has 85 of the company’s 100-plus campuses going up for sale, and 12 others closing.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is making a change to its program to provide every student with an iPad. The district will now let some high school students get laptops instead.
This week, KCBS In Depth co-hosts Jane McMillan and Ed Cavagnaro speak with Project Rebound director Jason Bell, who is also a former inmate and became a college graduate through the innovative program at San Francisco State University that’ has been helping former inmates earn their college degrees as soon as they are released from prison.
Think about school, and most of us imagine a classroom packed with kids. But whether it’s practicing French online with a native speaker, or keeping the beat in the garage during music class, parents are embracing a new kind of school, the do-it-yourself kind.
Corinthian Colleges Inc. and the U.S. Department of Education have reached an agreement that will allow the for-profit education company to receive an immediate $16 million in federal student aid funds.
City College of San Francisco is expected to retain its accreditation and will not be forced to close. On Wednesday, the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges proposed new rules in a turn of events.