San Jose Student 7th Grader Heads To National Spelling BeeA San Jose seventh grader is getting ready for the competition of his life, representing the Bay Area in the Scripps National Spelling Bee near Washington DC.
California Closer To New Guidelines For History, Social Studies TextbooksCalifornia is a step closer to adopting a new history and social studies teaching framework aimed at reflecting the state's diverse student population.
Facebook Exec Sandberg Urges Cal Grads To Build Resilience When Faced With AdversityFacebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg is encouraging graduating seniors at the University of California, Berkeley to persevere in life's challenging times.
Top 15 Bay Area High Schools For Students From Low-Income FamiliesAn Oakland-based non-profit has compiled a list of the top 15 Bay Area high schools for students from low-income families.
After Visits To Cal And Stanford, Malia Obama Chooses Harvard; Will Take 'Gap Year' FirstPresident Barack Obama's daughter Malia will take a year off after graduating high school in June before attending Harvard University in 2017.
Students Rising Above: Overcoming The Odds To Help OthersMoving day is a thrill for any first time homebuyer, but for someone who was once homeless, it is much more than that.
Students Claim Teacher Tenure Can Harm Education, Judges DisagreeAt issue are the rules for teacher tenure in California and how that can affect a school's ability to fire bad teachers.
Hawaii Schools Recruiting In California To Address Teacher ShortageLooking to address a growing shortage of teachers, education officials in Hawaii have stepped up efforts to recruit teachers from the U.S. mainland, including California.
Napolitano Says UC Berkeley Anti-Harassment Plan Will Be Closely MonitoredUC President Janet Napolitano announced Saturday her office will closely monitor Cal Berkeley's efforts to address sexual harassment complaints and assaults on campus.
Gallery: 2016 CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee Contestants49 students assembled in the studios of KPIX in San Francisco on Saturday to compete in the 2016 CBS Bay Area Spelling Bee.
San Francisco Students To Learn About Sex Trafficking, History Of ‘Comfort Women’The school district is developing age-appropriate curriculum to teach students how to recognize the signs of human trafficking as part of their health education classes.
Harvard University Selects Oakland Unified School District For New Education ProgramThe Harvard Graduate School of Education announced Tuesday that it has selected the Oakland Unified School District to be one of six districts in the country to participate in a new program aimed at improving educational outcomes for all students.