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Teens stuck in virtual classes felt more isolated and more depressed than their peers in hybrid and in-person classrooms, a new study says.
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.
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.
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 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.