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In California, High Schools Are Partnering With Businesses, Community Colleges to Get Students College- and Career-Ready
The city mantra that greets visitors driving through Woodland is “The Food Front,” but high school students in this rural stretch of northern California may not even know the half of it.
Public Policy Institute of California Report Finds Most Californians Who Obtain Career Education Credentials Earn Middle-Income Wages Within a Year of Completion
A majority of students who complete career education credentials at California community colleges earn middle-income wages within one year of finishing their first career education program.
For the past year, here in California and across the country, robust policy debates about charter schools and their future have taken center stage.
For the past two weeks a group of eight high schoolers have worked side-by-side with Klint Rigby, BC industrial technology department chair and professor, to create a three-string guitar as part of the college's Summer STEM Camps program.
The marching order for what Newsom is calling a Cradle to Career Data System is included in a lengthy bill elaborating on the 2019-20 state budget for education.
Busloads of boisterous high school students from across the Los Angeles basin poured into the Pasadena Convention Center, where colleges from around the world were poised to pitch them.
At a time when the United States is experiencing one of the longest periods of economic expansion in decades, the job market is changing rapidly—leaving many Americans behind.
The 10th grade CTE Biotech class at Orthopaedic Medical Magnet High School is buzzing in anticipation.
Study of Los Angeles Schools Shows Only 2 in 10 Low-Income Black and Latino Students Are Enrolled at a School That’s Successfully Closing the Achievement Gap
L.A. Unified board members passed the 2019-20 budget and accountability plan last week—but not before acknowledging that they are “unintelligible” documents that provide little insight into specific program and funding changes as the nation’s second-largest school district looks to the next school year.