Preparing students for college means giving them more than a grounding in academics. Time-management skills, an ability to persevere to solve problems, and a sense of personal responsibility are also skills that schools can instill to help students navigate the challenges of higher education.
Tutoring, field trips and plenty of love made the difference for Oakland students 'adopted' by a real estate agent.
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.
After receiving a record number of applications, UC admits more students than ever but also accepts a lower percentage of them.
Out of 115 community colleges, 79 aren't fully implementing AB 705, the law that transformed remedial education in the community college system.
An academic year of distance learning has left many graduating seniors with gaps in their learning. Colleges are preparing to help with tutoring, summer brush-up and empathetic faculty.
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.
Let’s update our traditional perceptions of who students are, how their daily lives look and how best to offer assistance in times of need.
California's community colleges plan to require many students to take an ethnic studies class. Here's what you need to know.
Help with food and housing costs would enable more students to succeed and thrive in community college.
California State University's Dominguez Hills and Northridge campuses are partnering with nearby community colleges to increase transfers.
Reform to state's Cal Grant program would expand eligibility to an estimated 173,000 students while also increasing award amounts.
Lawmakers expect to vote soon on a proposal to gradually reduce the share of out-of-state students who enroll at the University of California.
Voluntary guidance for math instruction faces criticism from parents saying it stunts potential for students in advanced math pathways.