The Florida principal said the process was especially beneficial to him as he got a chance to learn more about each student.
The Biden administration discharged $500 million worth of student loans for 18,000 students defrauded by a for-profit institute. See how this may affect you – and what you should do with your student loans in the meantime.
"Save Mills College," a coalition of students, faculty, staff, alumnae, and parents, aggressively fought to keep Mills College in Oakland from its pending closure in 2023. Now, many coalition members say merging with Northeastern University is not a better outcome.
Mills College in Oakland, which had previously planned to close by 2023 because of financial woes and falling enrollment, has announced a merger with Northeastern University in Boston that would keep the campus open.
Mills College in Oakland on Thursday says it has begun formal discussions to consolidate with Northeastern University. Per a pending agreement, the private women's college would become gender-inclusive at the undergraduate level.
The issue of whether to go back in person raises serious questions about safety, as well as equity, and what’s best for students and staff: Are they more at a disadvantage by going back to campus or staying at home?
The U.S. Department of Education issued a notice of interpretation Wednesday explaining that it will enforce Title IX’s discrimination prohibitions to protect students.
Monday marked the start of some summer camps for thousands of kids across the Bay Area.
It's mid-June but for some students in San Francisco, today is the first day back to school. KTVU toured one of the city's summer together programs, the mayor says is aimed at getting students back on track after a rough year.
Those who taught in variations of a hybrid schedule, in which students divided their time between in-person instruction at school and distance learning at home, were the most frustrated. They characterized their experiences as "exhausting", "stressful," even "discombobulating."
School districts across the United States are hiring additional teachers in anticipation of what will be one of the largest kindergarten classes ever as enrollment rebounds following the coronavirus pandemic.
The principal said he was nervous because it's a difficult song but he wanted his students to focus on the lyrics.
Cell phone footage apparently shows a group of thieves fleeing the Stanford Shopping Center after a robbery at the Louis Vutton shop.
KTVU's Alex Savidge spoke with Dr. Monica Gandhi, Associate Division Chief of Infectious Diseases at UCSF, about the new guidelines around wearing masks in California.
Cincinnati Public Schools entered a $3 million settlement with the parents of an 8-year-old student who killed himself after being bullied.
A Bay Area family is mourning the death of a 15-year-old athlete who was a seemingly healthy, strong and vibrant boy only months ago.
Two recent high school graduates from San Jose just won a national debate tournament featuring a 10-round winning streak on topics related to criminal justice reform, mass surveillance, and drug sentencing.
A Virginia school board held a naming ceremony where they removed the name of a Confederate soldier from a middle school and replaced it with Katherine Johnson — the NASA legend.
While at recess, 7-year-old Alex tried to close a rolling metal gate at his San Rafael school. But the gate fell off its runner, killing the 7-year-old boy. 18 months later, his parents are launching a non-profit to raise awareness of hazards impacting children.
Marin County family discusses child's death and their campaign to prevent more school tragedies