In a first-of-its-kind program, Airbnb is partnering with San Jose State to house students who would otherwise be homeless. Kiet Do reports. (11-13-2019)

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Airbnb, San Jose State Partner To House Homeless StudentsIn a first-of-its-kind program, Airbnb is partnering with San Jose State to house students who would otherwise be homeless. Kiet Do reports. (11-13-2019)
Bay Area High Schoolers Walk Out Of Class To Support DACA DreamersBay Area students walked out of class Tuesday to defend DACA in rallies across the country as the President Trump's bid to end protections for young immigrants reached the Supreme Court. Len Ramirez reports. (11-12-2019)
National First Generation College Day Celebrated at Santa Clara UniversityStudents and faculty at Santa Clara University took time to celebrate those who are the first in their families to attend a four-year college or university. (11-8-19)
San Rafael High Football Coach Has 3 Sons on TeamVern Glenn heads up to the North Bay to get a look at a high school football team that's keeping it all in the family. (11-8-19)
3 Young Bay Area Innovators Take Top Prizes In Nationwide STEM CompetitionThree young Bay Area innovators just took home awards in the Broadcom MASTERS STEM competition for middle schoolers. Mary Lee spoke to the the young scientists who took home the top prizes in their categories. (11-8-2019)
Pittsburg Elementary Teacher Reworks Hit Lizzo Song Lyrics To Teach Kids TeamworkA Bay Area teacher put a creative spin on Lizzo's hit song "Truth Hurts" to teach her students how to get along.  (11-5-2019)
Milpitas High Teacher Wore Blackface For Costume Despite Negative Student FeedbackStudents say the teacher had discussed his costume--meant to resemble African-American rapper and activist Common--well before Halloween. Devin Fehely reports. (11-4-2019)
Peninsula Scholar Returns To Her Childhood School To TeachBrenda De Jesus Acosta is working her dream job: student teaching at Alvin Hatch elementary in Half Moon Bay, the very same school she attended as a child. Michelle Griego reports. (11/4/19)
'Oscars Of Science' Brings Hollywood Stars, Silicon Valley Elite TogetherIt was a meeting among earthlings from the worlds of science, entertainment and tech that doesn't often happen. The 8th annual Breakthrough Prize, dubbed the 'Oscars of Science,' was at the NASA Ames Research Center Sunday. Betty Yu reports. (11-3-2019)
Milpitas High Teacher Wears Blackface, Imitates Rapper Common On HalloweenThe Milpitas Unified School District board president said the teacher's actions were "inappropriate, unprofessional and insensitive." (11-3-2019)
SJ Charter School Community Blindsided After District Votes To Shut It DownParents say they were blindsided when their school district decided to shut down a successful San Jose charter school which was fighting to stay open. Devin Fehely reports. (11-1-19)
'Distinguished' SJ Charter School Community Blindsided After District Votes To Shut It DownA San Jose charter school that has twice been awarded one of the state's top academic honors is now fighting to keep its doors open after the Franklin-McKinley School Board voted to not renew its charter. (10-29-2019)
San Jose State Researcher Heads Toward Raging Flames Hoping To Soon Predict Fire BehaviorAs thousands evacuated Sonoma County over the weekend as the Kincade Fire grew in size, one Bay Area researcher headed toward the massive flames. Maria Medina reports. (10-28-2019)
Six Protesters Arrested After Climbing Barrier At Oakland School Board MeetingProtesters disrupted an Oakland Unified School District board meeting and climbed over barriers, causing school district police to intervene Wednesday evening, school district officials said. (10-23-2019)
South Bay School District Endorses Teacher Housing Site On Bus YardFacebook announced a multi-million dollar initiative to help teachers on the Peninsula and now a South Bay school district is endorsing a similar project. Kiet Do reports. (10-20-2019)
IBM and San Jose State Partner to Advance Tech EducationSan Jose State University and IBM announced a strategic collaboration designed to provide today's students with advanced skills needed for high tech jobs of the future. Len Ramirez reports. (10-18-19)
High School Football Team Scores on Trick Play With Female Player's TD PassSeventeen-year-old Ariel Orona is the first female to throw a touchdown pass in the history of Silver Creek High School. She may be the first in the state. Don Ford reports. (10-17-19)
Teachers Become Super-Commuters To Work In San FranciscoMost people have that one teacher who changed the course of their life forever, but increasingly, students in the Bay Area are losing the opportunity to have that kind of relationship with an educator. Susie Steimle reports. (10-16-2019)
San Rafael School To Close Due To Low Enrollment Trend In Marin CountyStudent enrollment in San Rafael schools has dropped so much that the district will close one of its schools next year, the latest in a trend that’s happening throughout Marin County. John Ramos reports. (10-16-2019)
High Home Prices Likely A Factor In Proposed South Bay School ClosuresLast week, Evergreen School District board members voted to potentially close or consolidate three schools. The district has been losing students at a steady pace for years and is facing some painful decisions. Kiet Do reports. (10-14-2019)
1960s-Era Chicano Student Activists Celebrate Historic Graduation Protest at SJSUStudent activists from a half century ago are taking part in a milestone event at San Jose State University. Len Ramirez reports. (10-11-19)
Power Shutdown Forces UC Berkeley to Cancel ClassesWith classes canceled due to the PG&E power shutdown, the Cal campus was almost deserted Thursday. John Ramos reports. (10-10-19)
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. Sharon Chin reports. (10-9-2019)
UC Santa Cruz STEM Student Seeks To Honor Her Father's MemoryAs a young teen, Ysabella Donlan watched a close family member battle addiction. But this Students Rising Above scholar is now using that experience as inspiration to help others. Christin Ayers reports. (10-7-2019)

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