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.
The governor and the Legislature should use the state budget to finally invest in the computer science teachers who are guiding California’s students.
Some, including key lawmaker, say California teachers won't be properly prepared to teach ethnic studies requirement without special training.
California community colleges are expanding their bachelor's degree offerings in hopes of filling the demand for a more advanced workforce and improving equity.
California must close the exposure and bias gaps and do a better job of giving female students proof of their STEM capabilities.
Calculus is expected to be hard; it should not be impossible. College math departments must acknowledge their responsibility to remove barriers that bar access to STEM for historically excluded groups.
California's graduation rate held steady last school year, despite Zoom schooling. But the numbers don't tell the whole story.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2022–23 education budget proposal would represent a major investment in California's supply chain of workforce talent.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2022-23 January budget proposal.
San Francisco Unified resequenced its math course offerings, and now more students are tackling more advanced mathematics.
As California faces a nursing shortage, students are pushing for changes in how candidates are selected for limited community college nursing slots.
The California Community Colleges system has been unable to provide student enrollment totals for fall 2020 or spring 2021, even before bots enrolled fake students.
A new approach to educating allied health care workers is helping to redefine higher education to quickly move and meet demand.
Tutoring, field trips and plenty of love made the difference for Oakland students 'adopted' by a real estate agent.
More career counseling and work-based learning would prepare students for the workforce, experts say during an EdSource roundtable on role of community colleges in preparing a post-pandemic workforce.
Former California Gov. Jerry Brown defends the public online community college he envisioned would take on the for-profit sector.