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Teens in COVID distance learning were lonelier and more depressed, UC Davis study finds
Teens stuck in virtual classes felt more isolated and more depressed than their peers in hybrid and in-person classrooms, a new study says.
‘You can hack into a game.’ See Sacramento kids come out to learn about science, tech, math
Square Root Academy's H@ck the Park returned for a third outing, adding an arts component to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics in underrepresented communities.
Are four-year colleges worth the cost? More Californians question the value of a degree
Three in four state residents say a four-year college degree is valuable, but many are skeptical about whether higher education will payoff with better opportunities and economic success, according to a new statewide poll.
Deadline for $10,000 California college program is approaching. Here’s what to know
Thousands of undergraduate college students could pocket roughly $10,000 through a California state program geared toward debt-free college pathways for low-to-moderate income students — but the deadline to apply is approaching.
California college students can get $10,000 for community service under new program
California college students will soon be able to participate in a new community service program aimed at helping them pay for college and reducing the amount of debt they take on.