Three city supervisors are publicly urging CCSF to use money from Prop. A towards keeping the school afloat.
Students at a Cupertino high school may retake a major standardized test after a student’s prank backfired.
The now-infamous Morgan Hill preschool teacher accused of giving her students sleeping pills pleaded not guilty today.
A class that rewards high schoolers with condoms will reduce STDs and unwanted pregnancies, advocates say.
Students retaking courses at Cyber High may be able to graduate, but it doesn’t mean they are ready for college.
Amid more protest and debate, CCSF trustees signed off on a report detailing changes made at the troubled school.
California Community Colleges and CSU’s Associate Degree for Transfer program enrollment continues to steadily grow.
Stanford University has set itself ahead of the pack by becoming the first college to raise $1 billion in a single year.
Though almost half of all U.S. college students don’t graduate in six years, UC Berkeley has kept its graduation rates high.
Online course offerings are on the rise in the California State University system, with San Francisco and San Jose State leading the way.
Concerned CCSF faculty, staff and students are meeting tonight at City College’s Mission Campus on Valencia to help rescue public higher education in San Francisco.
Gov. Brown’s state budget proposal may help keep CSU tuition from rising, but students and teachers aren’t giving it a passing grade.
If it takes a village to raise a child, it may take the city of Berkeley to make sure they get to class.
For the second straight year, a lack of enrollment threatens funding for troubled but beloved City College of San Francisco.
A new report reveals that more California youth than ever are unemployed and not attending school.