San Leandro Schools Closing Achievement Gap Between StudentsSan Leandro’s public school system has been recognized by the state superintendent for helping to close the achievement gap between white students and students of color on standardized tests.
Bay Area Home To Most Educated People In AmericaThey've been called elitist snobs, nerds and brainiacs -- but the fact is, folks in the Bay Area are among the brightest, most well-educated people in the country.
Children In California Public Schools First In Nation To Learn LGBT HistoryAfter multiple delays, California's public school curricula will include prominent gay people and LGBT rights milestones in history classes.
'NERDS' Group Supports Students Striving For STEM CareersDiana Lizarraga guides more than 100 minority and low income students into STEM careers.
UC Berkeley Admits 1,000 More California Students Than Last YearMore money from state coffers allowed university officials to make the offers.
New State Law Requiring Vaccinations For Schoolchildren Takes EffectA tough new state law on childhood vaccinations, aimed at protecting students from dangerous diseases, means parents who are suspicious of vaccines are losing some options.
Oakland Non-Profit Changes Lives With Service And Support
Volunteer Network Has East Bay Kids 'Succeeding By Reading'
Elk Grove Teen Removed From Graduation For Wearing African ClothNyree Holmes said Saturday that he wore the decorative kente atop his graduation robes to have something with him that represented his culture at his graduation from Cosumnes Oaks High School.
Hillary Clinton Campaigns In San Jose, San Francisco Championing Education, Health CareHillary Clinton made stops in San Jose and San Francisco Thursday, rallying supporters for her campaign to be the Democratic presidential nominee.
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.