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.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2022-23 January budget proposal.
Reforms underway in teaching college calculus. But weak math skills from high school derail students from STEM careers.
Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed $39.6 billion for California's three public higher education segments and the California Student Aid Commission.
California Assemblyman Jose Medina sat down with EdSource to reflect on his years as Higher Education Committee chairman and outline his priorities for his last year in office.
With the pandemic resulting in enrollment loss across the CSU system, Chancellor Joseph Castro embraced a new strategy to get students to come back.
Latinos are 39% of the state’s population, yet only one in four students in the entire University of California system identify as Latino.
A new state law will make it easier for college students to qualify for CalFresh food benefits by requiring campus-based programs to apply for a certification stating they are helping to increase student employability.