Staff Member Stabbed At Berkeley School Released From Hospital A female staff member at a private school in West Berkeley who allegedly was stabbed by a 20-year-old student on Tuesday afternoon has been treated for non-life-threatening injuries at a local hospital and released, a police spokesman said Wednesday.
Suspect Arrested For Allegedly Stabbing Berkeley School PrincipalPolice have arrested a 20-year-old man accused of stabbing a Berkeley school principal Tuesday afternoon before fleeing the scene, authorities said.
University President Rejects Stanford 'Sanctuary Campus' ProposalStanford University President Marc Tessier-Lavigne has declined to officially declare the university a 'sanctuary campus,' according to a campus spokesman.
Oakland Student Project Targets College Success Kindergartner Stephon Stubbs may not understand it yet, but he’s already got money in the bank for his college education.
'Oakland Promise' Scholarship And Tuition Saving Program Off To A Good StartMayor Libby Schaaf said Wednesday that the first year of an ambitious effort to triple the number of low-income college graduates coming out of Oakland public schools has been successful.
Reading, Writing And Homeless In Silicon Valley School DistrictAmid the staggering affluence of the Silicon Valley sits the Ravenswood City School District where a third of its students are homeless.
California State University To Vote On Tuition Hike In MarchCalifornia State University's governing board says it will vote in March whether to raise tuition for the first time in six years at its 23 campuses.
SF Unified Sends Robocall Promising To Protect Children During Trump Immigration CrackdownConfusion surrounding the President's order banning immigration from 7 Muslim countries prompted San Francisco Unified to send a robocall reassuring parents their children would be safe.
Oakland Ranked Among Worst Cities To Raise A Family, Pleasanton Among The BestEducation and safety pulled Oakland's ranking down to among the lowest in the America while affluent Pleasanton soared to the top.
California Governor Proposes Cutting Middle Class College ScholarshipsA new plan by Governor Jerry Brown could cost some students their opportunity to go to college.
Being Unable To Pay Back Student Loans Back Has Become The New NormalHalf of the students at 1,000 colleges and trade schools have defaulted or failed to pay even $1 of their principal loan within 7 years.
SF City College Receives Accreditation After Long BattleAfter having its accreditation revoked more than three years ago and then later restored in 2015, City College of San Francisco has had its accreditation reaffirmed for the next seven years, school officials announced Friday.