California Student Scores Up, But Many Don't Meet New StandardsStudents in California improved their scores on an annual statewide exam but most still aren't meeting the more challenging standards for math and reading, according to results released Wednesday.
California Aims To Reflect Diversity In Classroom StudiesHow do you teach the history of the world in California schools, where nearly two-thirds of students are Latino or Asian, many from newly immigrated families?
Career Education Making A Comeback In US High SchoolsThere was an emergency in Room 14. Three girls injured, one with a broken thighbone and maybe something more serious. Snapping on sterile gloves and kneeling before the worst-off patient, two 17-year-olds went to work.
San Juan Unified Holds First Teacher Job Fair In Over A DecadeWith a statewide teacher shortage, and competition from other districts for teaching candidates, San Juan Unified Schools held it's first Teacher Job Fair in over a decade on Saturday.
New Law Bans Federal Government from Mandating Common CoreSo is the talk about killing Common Core just that — talk?
Lead Found In School Drinking Fountain Has Districts Reviewing How They Check WaterParents of Healdsburg Elementary School students were notified of the issue linked to aging pipes.
STEAM Learning Brings New Hope For Once-Shuttered Midtown Sacramento SchoolShe’s talking about the rebirth of Washington Elementary. The Midtown school closed two years ago after enrollment dropped. Now, the school has reopened and parents are excited.
Police Lieutenant Communicates Passion For Criminal Justice"If I were to offer advice for those looking at a career in criminal justice, it would be to communicate your passion for the career and then allow that passion to be the overarching theme for your career," encourages Timothy Albright.
Sacramento Experimental Psychologist Stresses Good Grades And Research"As an undergraduate student, make sure you are earning good grades as well as getting research experience," encourages Marilu Isiordia.
Sacramento Marketing Manager Stays Focused On Skills And Passions"Embrace what you know you're good at while studying the things that interest you. I believe that anyone who has educated themselves can learn to do almost any job. So focus on your skills and your passions; you may be pleasantly surprised where you wind up," encourages Chad Vander Veen.
Sacramento Sees Significant Job Growth In The Fall Of 2015The additional 3,400 jobs added between the months of September and October of this year are certainly a good economic indicator that job growth is stronger than ever.
Sacramento Attorney Urges Prospective Attorneys To Remain Curious"Get a good education with an emphasis in reading and writing and be curious about the world around you," encourages Mark Wasser.
CSU Receives Record Number Of Applications For 2016 TermCalifornia State University has received a record number of applications for the upcoming 2016 fall term.
Folsom School Owner Credits Hard Work And Determination For Success"I couldn’t be happier with my decision to pursue this career path, but it takes a lot of hard work and determination to make the school the best it can be for the children, families, teachers and the community," said Kaylee Agaman.
Sacramento Entrepreneur Urges Young Professionals To Utilize Social Media"Represent yourself and your professional skills in an authentic yet professional way." advises Nick Leffler.