California’s College Corps Program a Respite for Student Volunteers

Supporters say the program gives students a sense of purpose and connection at a moment of rising anxiety and isolation across campuses.

Schools Offer Best Hope for L.A. Water Supplies

A review of LA county’s ‘Safe Clean Water Program’ finds that public schools offer an attractive opportunity for gains on the county's water supplies.

In Florida Schools, a ‘Blatant Attempt to Divide Communities of Color’

Florida is considering an AAPI curriculum after it rejected an AP African American course. Advocates see an effort to divide communities of color.

All Children Deserve Access to Quality Education, Free of Bullying

Education rights are under attack, especially for children of color and transgender students, said a group of panelists, exhorting Congress and the courts to...

School Districts With the Greatest Need Get Fewer Dollars, Study Shows

A new study finds that nationwide school districts with more Black and Latino students receive on average 16% less than whiter, wealthier districts.

Graduate Student Strike Highlights Need for Greater State Investment in Public Universities

The strike of academic student workers at the University of California, now in its third week, has major implications for public education.

Supreme Court Could Strike Down Affirmative Action

Despite its conservative majority proponents of affirmative action say history, precedent and the Constitution are on their side.

California’s College Corps Program a Leg up for Students and the State

California's College Corps Fellowship took another step forward last week when Governor Newsom swore in over 3200 students as part of the newest cohort.

CA Senators Ask for $5 Million to Increase Pipeline of Asian Language Teachers

Asian Americans are the fastest growing population in CA, yet the state credentialed only 89 teachers who speak one of several Asian languages in the 2019-2020.

California Will Pay College Students for Community Work

In a brand-new program, the first of its kind in the United States, California is offering college students $10,000 in pay and scholarship funding...

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