UC Berkeley is temporarily prohibited from moving forward with plans for demolition at People's Park to make way for student housing after a stay was granted by the California Court of Appeals.
Oakland Unified School District's board of education once again rejected a proposal to save some schools already slated for closure or consolidation. The district meeting became confrontational when a chair was thrown toward the stage where board members sat.
Beginning this fall, California high school can’t start before 8:30 a.m. and middle schools can’t start before 8 a.m. under a 2019 first-in-the-nation law forbidding earlier start times.
The Oakland Unified School District board voted 4 to 2 Wednesday to rescind a resolution called "Community not Closures" to re-open some closed schools.
San Francisco Unified School District's board of education voted Wednesday against an extension of a recently-imposed lottery system for student admissions at Lowell High School.
Title IX, the law best known for its role in gender equity in athletics and preventing sexual harassment on campuses, is turning 50.
Stanford University cancelled all classes, conferences, and day camps on Wednesday due to the ongoing power outage brought by damaged PG&E equipment.
An Arizona volleyball player's honesty about a bad call from the referee loses her team the game, but ultimately wins the respect of her family and teammates.
By the end of this year, Oakland's Department of Transportation wants to add the 15 mph zones near at least 20 schools in the city.
The George Washington University has announced they will discontinue the use of the Colonials moniker “given the division among the community” about it.
Tiara Abraham started taking community college classes when she was 7 years old. She graduated UC Davis at 16, and received offers from 12 graduate programs.
UC Berkeley is in the process of relocating people who sleep at People’s Park to transitional housing at a hotel in Berkeley. UC Berkeley is planning to build more than 1,000 units of student housing at People’s Park.
A select group of San Francisco high school grads are on their way to college thanks in part to the Bridge to Excellence scholarship.
Uvalde School District Police Chief Pete Arredondo, who is newly elected to the panel, has been criticized for the law enforcement response during the mass shooting.
The black bear was spotted lingering near a garbage bin outside a school on Canada’s Vancouver Island.
Oakland teen Jordan DeBose Holman, who has spent most of her life in a wheelchair was told that she would never be able to walk on her own. But last month, she walked the stage to receive her diploma as she was celebrated for defying the odds and proving "the doubters wrong."
COVID rates are on the rise. SF's health department says now is a prudent time to resume wearing masks in indoor settings, choose outdoor gatherings over indoor gatherings whenever possible, and use rapid tests as needed to determine who is infected and should isolate.
The lawyers representing the California High “cheer family” are saying the mannequin photo is a result of a “disgruntled mother” whose Black daughter didn't make the team.
The teen police say had plans to carry out a mass shooting and bombing at Berkeley High School was arrested Monday, more than a week after police found weapons parts in his home.
Students who have paid off their school loans will not be eligible.