Alameda Schools Latest To Redo 'Sexist' School Dress CodeThe new policy amounts to a sweeping reversal of the modern school dress code and makes Alameda the latest school district in the country to adopt a more permissive policy it says is less sexist.
Oakland Police Investigate Shots Fired Near Elementary SchoolPolice in Oakland on Friday were investigating a barrage of gunshots fired right next to an elementary school Thursday afternoon that sent terrified students running for cover.
Alum Rock School Board Member Barred Over Alleged Threats On Superintendent
UC Santa Cruz Wants Staff To Rent Rooms To Students Due To Lack Of HousingA housing crisis has prompted University of California, Santa Cruz officials to ask faculty and staff to consider renting rooms to students.
San Jose Seeks School District Help To Alleviate Homeless CrisisSan Jose city leaders are considering dueling measures to solve the homeless housing crisis by pushing to open country facilities to the homeless.
UC Berkeley Professor Suspended 3 Years For Sexual HarassmentThe University of California, Berkeley has suspended an architecture professor for three years without pay for sexually harassing a graduate student and abusing his power for personal gain.
Immigrants Hesitant To Exercise Voting Rights In SF School Board ElectionsA plan in San Francisco to let people who are not U.S. citizens vote in school board elections isn't getting off to a great start.
Popular Jewish Kids Summer Camp Arises From Ashes Of Tubbs FireCamp Newman, a popular summer getaway for Jewish youth in the North Bay, was lost to wildfire last October. Then, thanks to a minor miracle, the camp is back up and running at a cool new location on the bay.
PlayStation Hosts Camp To Inspire Girls To Become Leaders In GamingAt its offices in San Mateo, PlayStation is hosting a summer camp for Girls Who Game where young female students are learning how to design and program their own video games.
Tri-Valley Area Becoming An Attractive Destination For Tech CompaniesLook out, Silicon Valley. The Tri-Valley is a new tech hot spot, home to over 450 tech companies and backed by $4 billion in investments.
City College Of San Francisco Offering Cannabis Workshop SeriesCity College of San Francisco is accepting students for a series of workshops that are being launched in response to community interest following the statewide legalization of recreational marijuana.
Immigrant High School Grads Fulfill College Dreams Thanks To Peninsula Academic ProgramDuring this graduation season, there is a group of high school graduates who are especially grateful; becoming the first in their families to go to college after overcoming major hardships.