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.
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.
UC made a historic move to abandon the SAT and ACT, but college access advocates expect it's just the first step in making admissions more equitable.
After deciding not to develop its own test to replace the SAT, UC considered using Smarter Balanced exams. That idea has also been rejected.
Latinos are 39% of the state’s population, yet only one in four students in the entire University of California system identify as Latino.
College students often take out loans they don't need, due in part to unhelpful communication from schools and loan servicers. California is trying to improve communication to ease that burden.
Gov. Newsom signed additional bills Wednesday advancing college funding, transfers and affordability.
Study abroad programs in Western Europe and South Korea reopen; China and Latin America remain off-limits due to pandemic concerns.
Immigrant rights groups say the administration's move to protect DACA isn’t enough because it does not provide a path to citizenship for recipients.
If Congress beefed up the yearly Pell Grant award, UC students would be able to use more of their financial aid to cover additional basic living expenses and reduce their housing and food insecurity, while borrowing less.
After receiving a record number of applications, UC admits more students than ever but also accepts a lower percentage of them.
Reversing from previous policy, UC says students and staff must be vaccinated this fall even if no vaccine receives full FDA approval.