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California officials announced Friday the recipients of $250 million in grants from a program to help students connect their academic learning to career opportunities, the largest such effort in the country.
A growing push to give students on-the-job work experience as part of their coursework faces a bedeviling challenge: finding suitable job placements can be complicated and labor-intensive work.
Summer internships are often sought after by college students, but recently there's been more incentive for high school students to get professional experience.
Preparing students for colleges and careers shouldn’t be an “either-or” proposition and schools should be held accountable for how well they prepare students for both paths, an advocate for career education urged in testimony before a state committee this week.
Today, SunPower awarded schools in four California school districts a total of $85,000 in grants to support the implementation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) curricula for students.
Forget wood shop and auto shop: Students at San Bernardino City Unified’s Indian Springs High School are able to learn computer-aided design of prosthetic limbs, print them on high-end 3-D printers and finish the end result.
Setting a clear expectation that schools should be a place of safety and fairness, the Commission on Teacher Credentialing adopted Thursday new standards for school principals that embrace restorative justice practices.
Earlier today, California State Assembly members heard testimony about the $155 billion impact of the Golden State’s "creative economy."
High school isn't too early to be getting serious about a career.