Ex-San Jose State official alleges cover-up of sex assault

The former deputy athletic director at San Jose State University is accusing several school officials, including the athletic director and president, of covering up sexual assault claims and retaliating against those who reported them.

SFUSD's original educational TV show returns for Season 2 on KTVU Plus

In partnership with KTVU, the San Francisco Unified School District on Monday is launching Season 2 of “SF Loves Learning,” an educational television show created entirely by San Francisco public school educators and partners especially for preschool-2nd grade students.

CSUs to keep classes online spring semester

“This decision is the only responsible one available to us at this time,” Chancellor Timothy White said in a message to faculty, staff and 480,000 undergraduate students.

CSU classes will remain online when next term begins in January

The system was among the first large American universities to announce in May that most classes this fall would be online because of the pandemic. Now, less than 10% of courses like labs and other hands-on classes are being taught in person, and on-campus housing has been significantly reduced.