UC Accepts Record Number Of California Freshman, Transfer StudentsThe University of California has accepted a record number of freshmen and transfer students that includes the most ever from California for the 2019-20 academic year.
5 Ways To Stop Your Kids' Summer 'Brain Drain'Summer is coming to a close and the new school year quickly approaches. Worried about what your kids may have forgotten over the summer? Maybe you should be.
Fresno Students Terrified by Masked, Gun-Wielding School Janitor During Active-Shooter DrillAn elementary school superintendent in Fresno says he allowed a janitor to wear a mask and carry a fake gun during an active-shooter drill to "make sure this was realistic."
Teaching Students How To Be Leaders Has Been Decades-Long Effort For Bay Area WomanStudents around the nation and the world are gaining valuable leadership skills because of this week's Jefferson Award winner, Dr. June Thompson.
Dixie School District Changes Controversial Name After Months Of DebateAfter months of debate, the Dixie School District Board voted Tuesday to change its name after critics said it was linked to the Confederacy and slavery.
UC Berkeley Scientists Developing Mobile Earthquake ShakeAlert AppSeismologists at University of California at Berkeley are developing a mobile ShakeAlert app to notify Bay Area residents when an earthquake has begun.
Stanford Offers Billions In Benefits To Santa Clara County In Campus Expansion TalksStanford's latest offer to Santa Clara County is a multi-billion dollar package of benefits to improve housing, traffic and local public schools as the university expands over the next 20 years.
East Bay School District Bans Chemical Found In Roundup Weed KillerThe Mount Diablo Unified School District voted unanimously to ban the active ingredient found in the Roundup weed killer from school property Monday evening.
Peter Selz, Founding Director of Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive Dies at 100Peter Selz, the founding director of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive from 1965 through 1973, died Saturday morning in Berkeley. He was 100.
University Of California To Make Admissions Changes Amid College Cheating ScandalThe University of California is making a series of changes to help combat fraud after an admissions scandal involving several colleges nationwide.