New Law Requires California Public Universities To Provide Access To Abortion Pill On Campus A bill requiring California public universities to provide students access to abortion pills was signed into law.
'Built By Girls' Innovation Summit Comes To San FranciscoThe next generation of female innovators will head to San Francisco on Saturday to take part in a summit aimed to help them smash the glass ceiling.
All Oakland Unified Schools to Be Open FridayOakland Unified School District officials said all schools will be open on Friday following PG&E's Public Safety Power Shutoff that closed nine campuses on Thursday.
High School Students Create Nonprofit To Get Other Teens Into Computer ScienceWorking out of a family garage, two teenaged friends are making it possible for thousands of students to get real-world experience in computer science.
Rising Scholar Overcomes Severe Childhood Challenges, Sees Bright FutureYsabella Donlan is excited about her future after maneuvering a challenging and heartbreaking past.
Newsom Places $15 Billion Schools Bond On March BallotCalifornians will vote next year whether the state should issue $15 billion in bonds for school construction and modernization projects.
FBI Warns U.S. Colleges of China Security Attacks, Intellectual Property TheftThe FBI has been reaching out to colleges and universities across the country as it tries to stem what American authorities portray as the wholesale theft of technology and trade secrets by researchers tapped by China.
George Washington High Alumni Sue S.F. School District to Keep Historic MuralAn alumni association filed a lawsuit on Friday challenging the San Francisco Unified School District's Board of Education over the board's decision to cover up a controversial mural.
San Jose State University Accused Of Not Doing Enough For Homeless StudentsTensions are escalating between San Jose State University students and the administration over the high number of homeless students. Students say the university is not making the issue a top priority.
'It's Rude!': 4th-Grader Refuses To Answer Math Homework Problem About Girls' WeightsThe mother of a Utah fourth-grader said she was "shocked" by a math problem included in her daughter's homework assignment, which she says sheds light on young girls' body image.