UC Berkeley Graduation Is Latest Success For Former Refugee From ThailandDuring his childhood, Tommy Saephan's immigrant family struggled to make their way in America. Now, he and his family are celebrating his emergence as a top scholar and UC Berkeley graduate.
School District Forcing Students To Smile In Hallways, Reports SayA Pennsylvania school district is under fire for a policy that allegedly requires students to smile when walking in school hallways.
Accused Concord Student Hacker Apologizes For Changing GradesA student at a Concord high school accused of hacking into school computers to change grades has apologized.
K-9 Helps Concord Cops Nab Student Hacker Who Upped GradesConcord police say a young man hacked into his school's computer network and gave himself better grades as well as changing the marks of others.
Unfunded Debt For California Teacher Pensions Up $11 BillionCalifornia's unfunded debt for teacher pensions has grown by nearly $11 billion after officials lowered its outlook for investment earnings.
University Of California Nurses, Service Workers Strike For 3rd DayThousands of University of California nurses, radiologists, custodians and other service workers are picketing for the third day in a strike.
Study Finds Oakland Charter Schools Cost District $57 Million A YearA report released Tuesday says that charter schools cost the Oakland Unified School District $57.3 million in funding every year that otherwise could be used to reduce class sizes and have more core services such as counseling and libraries.
U.K. Schools Getting Rid Of Analog Clocks Because Teens "Cannot Tell Time"A teachers union in the U.K. says not only are teenagers more used to digital clocks these days, some don't even know how to read analog clocks
Nurses To Picket Alongside Striking University Of California WorkersRegistered nurses at the University of California’s five major medical centers and 10 student health centers will picket alongside other UC employees.
Harris Cancels Speech At Cal Commencement Amid UC Strike“Due to the ongoing labor dispute, Sen. Harris regretfully cannot attend and speak at this year’s commencement ceremony at UC Berkeley,” Harris’ office said in a statement to the university.
New Bell Schedule At Palo Alto High Gives Students Much Needed SleepOne school is taking a novel approach to making the teen's life less stressful by finally giving its students more time to sleep in.
Teen Turns From Tragedy, Substance Abuse Into Family Success StoryA Bay Area student was in a downward spiral following a family tragedy. She turned it around after applying for and getting a scholarship through the Students Rising Above program.