Three teens have been charged as adults with the vicious beating of a teen with autism last month in Howell.
Some early childhood development experts say they are concerned about the toll the COVID-19 pandemic may take on some of the youngest Californians.
An aggravated assault took place Friday afternoon in the area of Haas Pavilion, an arena on the University of California at Berkeley campus, campus police said.
It’s an alarming new trend on social media where students are destroying school property and promoting it on TikTok.
The father of a 7-year-old Michigan girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without her parents’ permission has filed a $1 million lawsuit.
UCSF professor of emergency medicine explains how children's COVID vaccines provide a path toward unmasking and minimizes learning loss.
Fresh off his no-recall win, Gov. Gavin Newsom was back to work on Wednesday, this time in the East Bay to discuss the state's investment for full in-person instruction in schools across the state.
Newsom appeared Thursday in Oakland to discuss education in the state, and COVID-19 in our schools.
Pittsburg Unified in the East Bay disproportionately placed Black students and English learners in special education classrooms, did not provide them the services they need, and was more likely to suspend or expel those students, according to the suit, filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California.
School families in Dublin rallied Tuesday night ahead of a school board meeting to fix an aging elementary school. Parents worry the funds to make improvements will be funneled elsewhere.
Mills College in Oakland is merging with Northeastern University following approval Tuesday by the Mills College board of trustees.
The pandemic and the desire to maintain physical distancing has prompted some landlords and renters to limit the density in shared houses and apartments. The result is fewer rooms available for students, and campus dorms can't always handle the extra demand.
For the first time since March 2020, classroom doors reopened for about a million New York City public school students.
San Francisco schools are bucking the national trend, keeping COVID cases in check.
Amazon will pay 100% college tuition, including books and other fees, for its 750,000 hourly employees in the United States.
How to keep kids and teachers safe from COVID-19 is a hot button issue especially since most young children can't get the vaccine.
UC Berkeley for the first time was rankedas the country's top college by Forbes.
Police lifted a lockdown at West County High School in Sebastopol on Thursday after they deemed there was no threat to anyone on campus.
An accident outside Stanley Middle School in Lafayette injured a child and an adult who was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment. Police say the investigation into the accident will have roadways in the area closed for the next several hours.
A young man who has only weeks left to live married the love of his life Thursday in front of friends and family along San Francisco's waterfront.