UC Berkeley Opens Investigation Linked To College Admissions ScandalOfficials at UC Berkeley have opened an investigation linked to the nationwide college admissions scandal that emerged last week.
San Ramon Valley Teachers Ratify New ContractThe San Ramon Valley Unified School District teachers have ratified a contract that includes a 4 percent ongoing raise, union leaders said Thursday night.
Bay Area Scholar Engineers His Way Toward College Admission Amid Family InstabilityFabian Moreno is a tinkerer. The 17-year-old high school senior is recycling yogurt cups and cardboard tubes into a toy helicopter. It's a skill Moreno says he has been honing since childhood.
College Cheating Scandal: Stanford Student Drops Out Of Class Action LawsuitJust hours after filing a class action lawsuit in the wake of the massive college admissions scandal, one of the two Stanford students involved has dropped out of the legal action.
Palo Alto Couple Paid $25K To Have Proctor Take Their Son's SAT For HimA Palo Alto couple paid $25,000 to have a supposed proctor take their son's SAT in his place.
Hedge Fund CEO Manuel Henriquez Steps Down Amid College Admissions ScandalThe head of a Silicon Valley hedge fund who became ensnared in a massive college bribery scandal is stepping down.
Hollywood Actresses, Stanford Coach, NorCal Execs Named In College Admission Fraud ScandalHollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, Stanford University's head sailing coach and a Sacramento-area businessman accused of being a ringleader were among dozens of people named in a sweeping nation-wide admissions bribery case.
Hollywood Actresses, Stanford Coach, NorCal Execs Named In College Admission Fraud ScandalHollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, Stanford University's head sailing coach and a Sacramento-area businessman accused of being a ringleader were among dozens of people named in a sweeping nation-wide admissions bribery case.
Professor, Students Discouraged By 'Pay-To-Play' Mentality In College AdmissionsA nationwide college admissions scandal has left professors and students discouraged about the "pay-to-play" mentality taking over the admissions process at top universities.