Best Winter Break Destinations In The U.S.A look at five of America's best winter break destinations for college students
Calif. Assembly Approves Bill Banning Concealed Weapons In Schools, UniversitiesThe California Assembly has approved a bill that would ban concealed weapons from schools and universities throughout the state.
Sacramento Teachers To See Projected Growth At All LevelsThe peer-reviewed study supported a need for new K through 12 teachers across the state, however, the research finds an increased need in particular regions.
College Completion Gap Between Rich, Poor WidensThe gap in bachelor-degree attainment between the nation's richest and poorest students by age 24 has doubled during the last four decades, according to a report released Tuesday.
UPDATE: Modesto Community College System Selected To Offer 4-Year DegreesThe chancellor of California's vast community college system has picked 15 schools that he thinks should be authorized to offer bachelor's degrees for the first time.
Poll: Calif. Not Providing Enough Funds To Public Colleges And UniversitiesA new poll finds that a majority of California adults say the state is not providing enough money for its public colleges and universities, but they also are unsure what to do about it.
How The Montgomery GI Bill Is Motivating Our ServicemembersFrom providing support for entrance exams to tuition for college courses, the Montgomery GI Bill provides education benefits for members of the military.
UC Davis Admits Record Number Of StudentsThis year UC Davis has admitted a record number of students, bringing the institution closer toward its goal to expand the campus by thousands at the end of the decade.
Scholarships In Sacramento Making A DifferenceTake advantage of scholarships offered to Sacramento students to forgo debilitating student loans.
Becoming Senior Management In Sacramento: A Recruiter's AdviceDo you have what it takes to be senior management? If so, now is the time to act.
University Of New Mexico Sues Intel Corp. A nonprofit corporation owned by the University of New Mexico's board of regents has filed a federal lawsuit against Intel Corp., claiming the computer chip manufacturing giant infringed on a university patent that helps in the production of advanced chips.