School districts struggle to hire bilingual teachers in all languages, but the shortage is more severe for teachers fluent in Asian languages.
Students in need of year-round, stable housing — rather than only during academic terms — face particular challenges when deciding which school to attend.
A student from the University of Texas at San Antonio details how a graduation help desk cleared his way to the finish line.
CSU official notes efforts to bring dropouts back to campuses after the pandemic's toll. Warns of "troublesome equity challenge."
The University of Texas at San Antonio's success at boosting graduation rates, especially for Black and Latino students, may offer strategies for California and other states.
In exchange for five years of promised steady budget increases, UC and CSU commit to making progress toward key equity and efficiency goals and will publicly report on their progress.
The University of South Florida improved four- and six-year graduation rates by closing gaps for Latino and Black students, using methods that often contrast with California's.
CSU makes public new harassment and abuse cases involving managers at six campuses in California in response to an EdSource records request.
College students wrote a bill that would require California colleges to print a local mental health hotline on student I.D. cards.
An EdSource roundtable addresses the challenges and barriers facing community college students as they prepare to transfer to University of California and California State University campuses.
Black and Latino students in Los Angeles are less likely than white peers to go to college and earn a degree, and more needs to be done to close the gap, new report finds.
The Legislative Analyst's Office says California Gov. Gavin Newsom sidestepped lawmakers with his January higher education budget proposal.
California's graduation rate held steady last school year, despite Zoom schooling. But the numbers don't tell the whole story.
UC Riverside has upgraded one-third of its classrooms with new technology that give students flexibility in how they attend.
With the omicron wave of Covid-19 cases likely to peak soon, officials are optimistic that the pause on in-person classes will be temporary.