LGBT Groups Raise Objections To Potential California TextbooksLGBT rights groups are objecting to several of the textbooks that could be recommended for use in California schools.
Bay Area Lawmaker Wants Russian Election Influence Claims In TextbooksA lawmaker from the North Bay is introducing a bill that would require information about claims of Russian influence in the 2016 presidential election to be placed in textbooks.
California Students Could Save $1 Billion Downloading TextbooksPublic colleges in California can defray the cost of inevitable tuition and fee hikes by making textbooks available online for download, a leading state lawmaker said Wednesday.
Protest Over Cost Of Textbooks Staged On Cal Campus Students at the University of California at Berkeley protested the rising cost of textbooks Thursday and petitioned for more affordable solutions to be implemented on college campuses.
New Push to Plug Kids Into Latest TechnologyThe Federal Communications Commission wants to get more bang from the federal dollars that subsidize Internet access in schools and libraries by lifting some of the restrictions that come with the funds.