From community colleges to high schools and even elementary schools, students are being introduced to the work world through a variety of new programs that blend academics with on-the-job experiences in internships, job shadowing and mentoring programs.
Career technical student organizations provide hands-on, real world experience to high school students.
The report by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics report calls for an end to tracking, and more practical course offerings.
Mobile science labs, Skype lessons with scientists and robotics workshops are among the offerings at some remote schools.
Educators across the state are hard at work creating a brighter future for all those kids who historically have been underserved.
Community colleges are as diverse as the communities they serve.
Timely financial advice and coaching increases graduation rates for low-income students.
At least 30 high schools now offer classes in data science, one of the state's most in-demand and highest-paying careers.
NASA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and teacher training grants face more than $3 billion in cuts as Congress debates 2018 budget.
High-quality training in the new science standards needs to be a priority for districts in 2018, some leading educators say.
Auto shops still thrive at some high schools, despite a shift to more academic course offerings.
An independent report gives mixed reviews — positives include attracting students to bachelor’s programs and approval from some regional employers.
Study of 24 states shows California's math and English language arts standards are rigorous and are focused on college and career-readiness.
Gov. Jerry Brown is pushing for California to establish a fully online community college to serve under-skilled workers.
California has millions of jobs for workers without a college degree as long they’re trained in the skills needed for these new service-sector jobs.
Computer science programs expected to be a priority for Department of Education grants