Study: Students Earn Better Grades When TAs Are Same Race Or EthnicityStudents earn higher grades when teaching assistants are of the same race or ethnicity as the students, according to a new study.
Elk Grove Educators Trying New Strategies To Battle Truancy 'Crisis'Attorney General Kamala Harris released a troubling report that claims more than one in five elementary school students had three or more unexcused absences last school year and nearly a quarter million missed at least 10 percent of their class days
Less Than Half Of Students Meet New Reading, Math StandardsLess than half of all California students passed new math and English tests aligned with the Common Core standards and considered indicators of college and career readiness.
Helmets Alert Davis High Coaches To Possible Concussions On Football FieldAdministrators have put together a multi-pronged program to keep student athletes as safe as possible.
Duke Freshmen Refuse To Read Book 'Fun Home' Saying It Violates Their BeliefsSome incoming Duke University freshmen have refused to read the summer reading book “Fun Home", saying it goes against their beliefs.
Community Colleges Could Require Sexual Assault DisclosuresThe California Senate has approved legislation requiring community college applicants to disclose if they've been previously expelled for sexual assault.
California Lawmakers OK Exit-Exam Reprieve Affecting 5,000California lawmakers are moving to help about 5,000 high school students who couldn't graduate this year because the state canceled a required exit exam.
Women Sought In San Joaquin Delta College AssaultCampus police say the female student was just yards from the San Joaquin Delta College campus when two women walking in front of her suddenly turned and once past her attacked.
Manteca Schools Struggling To Find Teachers To Fill Gaps After Recession LayoffsThe Manteca Unified School District says it could have a crisis on its hands next year if it can’t find more certified teachers.
Broken Lindhurst High School Air Conditioners Likely Won't Be Fully Online Until Spring“It’s a real problem, and in the meantime the people who suffer are the children."
Mold Found In Stockton Classrooms, But School Is Still In SessionEarlier this month and before classes started, teachers found the airborne mold spores in rooms A1 and B1. Neither are in use.
Sacramento State Project Aims To Digitally Preserve Japanese Internment Camp Memories120,000 Japanese-Americans were shipped away shortly after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in December of 1941, launching the United States into World War II.