December 8, 2017
Gov. Jerry Brown is pushing for California to establish a fully online community college to serve under-skilled workers.
November 12, 2017
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.
October 30, 2017
Computer science programs expected to be a priority for Department of Education grants
October 5, 2017
The analysis challenges community colleges to educate more students to fill the tens of thousands of jobs that will be created in the next five years.
October 4, 2017
A survey of California registered voters also shows strong support for school districts to devote more funds and resources to addressing the needs of the state’s most vulnerable students.
September 20, 2017
In a new book, Michael Kirst urges creation of a regional entity to unify and coordinate efforts.
September 12, 2017
Some campuses are quieter and tardiness is down as schools shut off their bell systems
August 25, 2017
California remains strongly committed to Common Core standards in math and English language arts, which focus on critical thinking and problem-solving. The standards have been adopted by more than 40 states.
August 21, 2017
California scored above the national average in reporting of college and career readiness data but there is still work to be done.
August 6, 2017
Three dozen California districts and charter networks say free tests raise expectations and remove a barrier for applying to college.
August 3, 2017
California's 23-campus public education system announces far-reaching strategies in response to growing evidence that instead of helping them, remedial or developmental classes pose impediments to graduation for many students.
August 1, 2017
The changes will permit students who are not pursuing math or science majors to take non-algebra based math courses for general education, such as statistics, personal finance or even game theory and computer science.
July 16, 2017
If approved and carried out, the plan could lead to more Californians with two- or four-year degrees entering the workforce.
June 27, 2017
Though often outshone by their coastal neighbors, California’s central and eastern regions are home to millions of potential college students who could make the difference between the state boasting a thriving economy – or not.