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.
UC admissions requirements should align closely with California's K-12 curriculum standards.
Los Angeles Unified is encouraging STEM schools to get a certificate indicating that the school meets high standards set by the district.
With the March 2 deadline approaching, teachers, counselors and others can help tip the balance on whether a student makes it to college.
Schools with more counselors report higher graduation rates, more students going to college.
The results are the first set of scores for a new test aligned with California’s new science standards.
New research finds these students had lower grade point averages than their peers because of barriers they faced in high school.
An independent group will be commissioned to study CSU's proposal to require a fourth year of high school math in freshman admissions.
CSU still plans to require four years of high school math for freshman admissions, effective in 2027, but will delay formal vote to 2022.
Parents want the district to allocate $7.2 million to improve services for the district’s 5,000 African-American students.
For years the need for trained and qualified teachers has been growing in schools across California, especially in math and science.
Calbright College's president will leave on March 31, leaving critics to revive questions about whether online college is needed.
More than 34,000 students in foster care attend California's K-12 schools. Learn more about their unique challenges and the support systems in place to help them navigate through the education system.
"The long road to college from California's small towns" tells the story of helping more students get college degrees in Shasta County in the state's northern region.
View EdSource's interactive map showing how many seniors from each California high school enrolled in fall 2018 in the University of California or California State University.
Removing tests from admissions process would allow UC to recruit and educate California’s best and brightest from all backgrounds.