Black students face increasing rates of depression and suicide. One group of young people in California is working hard to reverse that.
Those advocating for more funding for Black students, as the lowest performing group in the state, say the governor’s proposal misses the mark.
New school board member Joshua Brown has autism and is one of only a handful of people known to have autism nationwide to serve in public office.
The largest academic strike in U.S. history ended with a landmark agreement between UC and graduate student teaching assistants and researchers.
John Fensterwald gets out his crystal ball and tells us a fortune – what he thinks might happen in California education in the new year.
Thousands of students left California’s community colleges. Listen to one student’s difficult decision, and what colleges can do to win students back.
Covid robbed students of learning, especially in math, after more than a year of attending high school from home. What are colleges doing to help?
A little-known court decision from last year makes it easier to pass parcel taxes. Could this be a game-changer for low-income school districts?
Host Zaidee Stavely talks with a student whose college path was transformed by a house for formerly incarcerated students and with a reporter about how this program came about.
We hear from teachers about workshops that helped them and about what their own childhood experiences as English learners taught them.