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More than 20 states already allow community colleges to offer baccalaureate degrees. Now, it's up to Gov. Brown if Ca. can do the same.
Requests can be submitted to school offices or the district office through February 7.
Miller Creek seventh grader advances to the state finals.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
As cursive becomes endangered in schools, Americans evaluate what it’s really good for.
A big change is underway in the world of American education.
A new study reveals that sexual violence among young Americans is a serious problem.
One private company estimates it will be monitoring students’ tweets in over 3,000 schools by year’s end.
Student loan debt likely will force today's college grads to work longer.
Regular inspection of your child’s texts, Facebook and Twitter may not show whether they’re involved in cyberbullying.
To do everything you’re supposed to do, you’d need a time machine.
Wednesday, October 9 is International Walk to School Day. Join several elected officials as they promote the importance of physical activity while reducing our footprint.
The debate over homework rages among American parents and educators, and many question its value altogether.
Reports of severe allergic reactions have spiked, but that doesn’t mean your kid’s PB&J’s are banned.
Tamalpais Union High School District leaders have stopped blocking four social media sites on school networks. Do you think this will enhance the education process?
France wants to ban Honey Boo Boo-style pageants and crass child advertising. The former would never happen in the US, but the latter could.
The comedian says part of the problem can be solved by just not giving kids phones.
Help your little one get a good start to the day with these easy-to-make, healthy morning meals.
I was skeptical of them at first. But the more I’ve researched, the more I believe in their importance.
No more pencils, no more books. iPads, smartphones and other technology find their way into the classroom.