More than five years after U.S. governors began a bipartisan effort to set new standards in American schools, the Common Core initiative has morphed into a political tempest fueling division among Republicans.
Rachael Twiner shares her views on the future of health care and education in Sacramento.
Jeaninne Escallier Kato has dedicated her life to educating others. As she prepares to move on to the next chapter of her life, she shares with us what it means to be an educator.
Shane Barker created, patented and marketed an invention while still in college. Now he’s offering some valuable advice about how to succeed in a marketing career.
Drivers like Rena Fowler are upset because they spent hours training to use the new buses. Some of those without a job thought they landed full-time work.
Fewer teachers are expected to be laid off this year than the previous four school terms according to the state’s largest teachers union.
Essay optional. No penalties for wrong answers. The SAT college entrance exam is undergoing sweeping revisions.
Way before the “pomp and circumstance” of high school graduation comes the worry and the wonder of what happens next.
Talking more often is good, using longer sentences is better.
For 10-year-old Maurice, the after-school program at this community center is more than just a place to get homework help after school, it’s a safe haven.
Interested in being an instructor at the community college or college level, there are many opportunities available in Sacramento so networking and making connections with people at multiple institutions is imperative.
Professor Jude discusses the importance of continuing education during the shifting roles in health care.