William Silveira advises potential teachers on the importance of classroom observation before entering credential programs and keeping up with classroom technology.
There are many jobs that one can get with a Criminal Justice degree, but there’s something especially exciting about a job as a secret agent.
Sometimes your career choices don’t always align with your degree, but whatever you choose to do for a living, a degree can help you to succeed.
With technology playing such an integral role in our lives, there has been a boom in jobs in the technology field.
We all know that good educators have a love for teaching, but a local professor explains what it really takes to become a college professor.
A Business Administration degree can take you many places from one side of the country to the other.
When it comes to fields like healthcare and nursing, there is nothing more important than staying educated.
How clean is the place your child eats?
Twice a year, local school cafeterias are subjected to surprise health inspections.
CBS13 pulled the inspection reports for over 380 school cafeterias and kitchens throughout Sacramento County this year.
We discovered violations from Sacramento Unified School District, Natomas School District, Twin Rivers School District and more.
This year, Florin High is having every family fill out an application to see how many qualify for free lunch. But without even knowing that number, every student is eating for free.
Under AB917, at least 50 percent of teachers and support staff, such as cafeteria workers or custodians, would need to back any effort to convert a public school to a charter or start a new one.
A recent Employment Development Department report reflects growth in Sacramento employment within several sectors related to green operations.
Senior Loan Advisor Josh Mottashed sheds some light on the impact his career has on his life, and the lives of others.