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City of Elk Grove 2nd Annual Pitch Elk Grove Contest
Pitch Elk Grove, a startup competition that offers entrepreneurs in the greater Sacramento region a chance to gain visibility, receive mentorship, and win up to $10,000 in prize money, is back for...
Museum of Science and Curiosity
From Auburn Journal...
New School to Break Ground in Folsom
Folsom Cordova Unified School District unanimously approved the launch of Alder Creek Elementary School. The new school is expected to break ground soon and be completed during the summer of 2024.
From The Sacramento Observer...
Black Community Members Discuss Race-Related Issues in Schools
Over the last year, there have been multiple incidents in the Sacramento City Unified School District.
Charles Drew University, the only historically Black university in California, will launch a new MD program next year. The goal is to train more doctors of color to help underserved communities in a state where only 3% of physicians are …
California’s community colleges aren’t on track to reach ambitious goals of closing the gaps in graduation rates between racial and ethnic groups. Its central office leaders doubt they’ll reach those goals, including new ones laid out by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
California’s estimated 75,000 undocumented students don’t qualify for federal work-study or most job opportunities. A new state service program launched last week, College Corps, will give hundreds of them as much as $10,000 per year to perform community service.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres defends "the cornerstone of democratic societies—free, independent, and pluralistic media.”
A wave of public government meeting disruptions by right-wing groups often inspired by Donald Trump has inspired a new law designed to help officials restore order to the process of running local government.
Critics of Joe Biden's student debt relief plan say that it causes inflation and is unfair to blue-collar workers. Do they have a point? Here's what the facts say about it.
President Joe Biden announced a plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student debt for each borrower. Here are the details on who is eligible and how the plan works.
The University of California is requiring candidates for faculty employment or promotion to write statements declaring their active support for diversity policies, but some see it as impinging on academic freedom.
The way the Cal State system presents graduation rates obscures how the system is failing its Black students.
SB 911, a bill to publicly fund journalism in California, narrowly advances to Assembly Appropriations Committee; faces opposition from ethnic media publishers.
Aerospace Museum of California