57 Sickened at S.F. Elementary School After Norovirus OutbreakOfficials say an outbreak of norovirus at McKinley Elementary in San Francisco has caused at least 57 people, 53 students and four teachers, to be sick.
Controversial, Dueling Viewpoints Featured In Speaker Series At Stanford UniversityStanford University announced it will host speakers with controversial and opposing views in order to expose the campus to diverse perspectives and to foster open exchange on campus.
Cal State Forced To Turn Away Thousands Of Qualified ApplicantsCal State University promised tens of thousands of students a slot in the freshman class, but now it's saying there's not enough room.
Bay Area Scholars With Eyes On Prize Tackle College ApplicationsThis new year is filled with anticipation. In the fall, these Class of 2018 Students Rising Above scholars will begin a new chapter: college.
Fremont PE Teacher Pleads No Contest To Having Sex With StudentA woman who used to teach physical education in Fremont has pleaded no contest to unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor and oral copulation of a person under 18 for having sex with a male student in 2016, prosecutors said.
NAACP Leader Says San Francisco Public Schools Failing Black StudentsSan Francisco's NAACP leader says there's a crisis in city schools.
Oakland Student Overcomes Homelessness On Way To Academic SuccessA senior at Envision Academy in Oakland has learned to find solutions for the hard problems in school and in life.  
Kenyan Native Brings Taste Of Africa To Bay Area ChildrenCatherine Ndungu-Case brings a taste of African culture to Bay Area schools through music, dance, and play.
East Bay Woman's Non-Profit Teaches Love Of Music To Elementary School KidsWhen Bay Area elementary schools started eliminating music programs decades ago, Carol Zilli decided to do something about it.
Students Demand Stanford University Pull Out Of Offshore InvestmentsGraduate students are demanding that Stanford University divest from its offshore investments.
California Sues DeVos, Trump Administration Over Corinthian Student Debt ClaimsThe federal Department of Education is refusing to process debt relief claims from tens of thousands of students who had federal loans to attend Corinthian Colleges, California's attorney general claimed Thursday in the latest lawsuit against the Trump administration.
MUST SEE: Teen's Celebration After Being Accepted To HarvardThe teen's acceptance celebration has become an instant hit online, with over 240,000 views on YouTube since it was posted on Dec. 13.

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