Experience As Crime Victim Motivates East Bay Scholar To Help CommunityStudents Rising Above scholar David Padilla's concern about violence as a public health issue, especially among young people, gave him a clear vision for his future.
San Jose Teachers Speak As Fight Over Affordable Teacher Housing Roils CommunityWhile the ideas were preliminary, the district said it needs to find a way to retain teachers and schools may need to be moved.
93 Women Accuse Former USC Doctor Of Sex AbuseNearly 100 women who contend that they were sexually harassed or abused by a former University of Southern California gynecologist are suing the school, contending it ignored decades of complaints.
San Jose Teens Turn Out For Massive City-Wide Student Voter Registration DriveFor the first time, a nearly city-wide student voter registration drive took place in San Jose. Thirteen high schools across the city participated in the pilot project aimed at sparking more civic engagement among young people.
California 3rd Grade Teacher Explains Concept Of Consent With Simple ChartA California teacher, worried that her students may not understand the concept, created a simple chart to explain it.
Parents of Danville Teen Who Drowned in Swim Class File ClaimThe parents of Ben Curry, a teenager who drowned during a high school swim class last May, have filed a claim -- generally a precursor to a lawsuit -- with the San Ramon Valley School District.
Parents Slam Proposal To Move San Jose Schools For Affordable Teacher HousingA plan to bulldoze a pair of schools to make way for affordable housing was the topic of a heated meeting in South San Jose Wednesday night.
Backlash Over San Jose Unified's Plan To Tear Down Leland High, Bret HarteA proposal to tear down Leland High and Bret Harte Middle School in San Jose has caused a backlash among some students, parents and neighbors.
San Francisco State University President Announces RetirementSan Francisco State University President Leslie Wong announced Monday that he is retiring at the end of this academic year.
Some Former Students, Employees Say Apple Co-Founder's Woz U Doesn't Live Up To PromisesAmericans are enrolling in computer coding "boot camps" in record numbers, but a CBS News investigation uncovers problems at Woz U, one of the field's newest and most recognizable programs.