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.
Lawsuit Seeking Minimum Quality, Equitable Funding Of Public Education DismissedA divided state appeals court in San Francisco dismissed two lawsuits Wednesday that claimed students are entitled to a minimum quality of public school education supported by adequate and equitable funding.
SF Protest At Twitter HQ To Focus On Corporate Benefits Vs. Public NeedsA group was gathering in downtown San Francisco Monday afternoon to call for city and state officials to shift support from technology companies and other corporations to students, families and public education.
California's Assembly Leader Aims To Slash College CostsCalifornia's Assembly Speaker John Perez wants to cut college costs by two thirds by cutting corporate tax breaks to raise a billion dollars each year. Perez is introducing his plan in Sacramento Wednesday.
Bay Area Colleges Take Part In Effort To Reclaim Higher EducationA national effort to take back higher education was launched on Tuesday, marking the 57th anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education.
Report Sounds Alarm About State's Teacher PoolA new report has suggested that California's budget cuts have taken a severe toll on California's teachers. Further complicating matters, an upcoming wave of retirements could leave the state short of qualified educators.
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