Teenage Programmer in East Bay Creates Internet Study-Buddy Platform for StudentsAn enterprising teenager in the East Bay is pondering how to invest his six-figure profit after selling a startup he founded during the pandemic.
Students Rising Above: Former High School Athlete Thrives Thanks To Former CoachesThe holidays are traditionally a time we spend with friends and family but Angelo Granado has found that family can also come in the form of good friendships.
CSU Trustees Appoint Interim President For San Jose State UniversityStephen Perez has been appointed interim president of San Jose State University, California State University officials said Monday.
Superintendent Thurmond Announces Committee to Expand Gender Neutral Bathrooms in SchoolsState schools Superintendent Tony Thurmond announced Friday the formation of a committee to make recommendations to expand the availability of gender neutral bathrooms on California school campuses.
Mayor Breed to Forgive $26 Million of SFUSD's DebtAs the San Francisco Unified School District faces a $125 million deficit, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said on Friday she will move to forgive a $26.6 million loan provided to the district back in 2019.
East Palo Alto Scholar Helping Ease Transition For Newly-Arrived Immigrant FamiliesA former Students Rising Above scholar is helping newly-arrived immigrant families in the Bay Area establish themselves with an empathy gained from her own personal traumas. 
Judge Rules San Francisco's Lowell High School Admissions Changes Violated LawA San Francisco Superior Court judge has ruled that the San Francisco Board of Education violated the state's Brown Act for government transparency earlier this year as it sought to change Lowell High School's merit-based admissions process to a lottery process.
Candlelight Vigil Held To Honor San Francisco Teacher Killed By Motorist In Front Of SchoolA San Francisco school community held a vigil Wednesday to honor an educator tragically struck and killed by a motorist while walking in front of the school last week.
Thousands Of University Of California Lecturers Plan To Go On 2-Day Strike Starting WednesdayThe union representing University of California lecturers is planning a two-day systemwide strike starting Wednesday.