College and career readiness is a primary goal of all the major reforms in place in California. But now more than ever, as the pandemic has closed campuses and pushed schools and colleges to adopt distance learning, what are the state’s high schools and colleges doing to prepare students for the challenges that lie ahead?
This section explores how California’s K-12 system prepares its students for college and how colleges are preparing their students for the world beyond.
Juggling college and parenthood became especially challenging for students during the pandemic.
Tutoring, field trips and plenty of love made the difference for Oakland students 'adopted' by a real estate agent.
Chancellor Oakley says helping achieve President Biden's agenda is a "once in a generation opportunity."
The state is in the process of rewriting its mathematics guidance for schools and teachers, hoping to expand access to advanced math.
UC on Thursday approved a new tuition model that will increase tuition for each class of incoming students beginning in fall 2022.
Thousands of high school and college students in California have applications that were put on hold after the judge's decision.
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.
Out of 115 community colleges, 79 aren't fully implementing AB 705, the law that transformed remedial education in the community college system.
The community college system's board of governors voted to amend the system's general education requirements and add an ethnic studies class.
Calbright's board of trustees learns that the State Senate Education Committee will forgo a hearing on a bill to eliminate the college.
CSU Northridge benefits from the federal Covid relief formula which makes the campus eligible for $265 million, the most of any California college.
Our higher education system puts the burden on students to deconstruct the inner workings of a disjointed transfer system.