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See and touch heavy flood fighting equipment at the Highwater Jamboree on Oct. 21
City of Sacramento staff are inviting people to attend the Oct. 21 “Highwater Jamboree,” which is expected to be the largest flood preparedness event in the region. Attendees will be able to inter...
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SJUSD Seeks Volunteers to Fill Vacant Committee Seats
The San Juan Unified School District is looking to fill vacancies on five committees, including community advisory, curriculum, and bond oversight.
Cal State Tuition to Rise 34 Percent Over Five Years
The tuition increases were forecast earlier this year, when a Cal State task force concluded the system needs at least $1.5 billion annually in new revenue to afford student services and bolster its academic offerings.
Black and Latino children are more likely to be hurt by harmful experiences that can lead to lifelong suffering. By George B. Sánchez-Tello This story...
Hate crimes were up 20 percent in California in 2022, with those against transgender, Muslim and Black people increasing especially sharply. But the state is also spending more than any other to combat such crimes, including a hotline, state commission …
California will penalize school boards that ban books based on inclusion of certain groups under a bill the governor is expected to sign into law. But some fear unintended consequences.
Under a system that has long prioritized local control for school districts. state officials now are fighting some recent board decisions regarding LGBTQ students.
A conversation with Stacy Caldwell, CEO of Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation
Strikes by the Writers Guild of America and Screen Actors Guild have shut down Hollywood. As workers demand fair compensation and regulations on artificial intelligence, college students aspiring to break into the industry are caught up in the historic moment.
After a historic drop in enrollment during the COVID-19 pandemic, California community colleges are ramping up marketing efforts, spending more than $40 million in state and federal dollars to lure students back. Is it working?
California grants school boards much local control, but recent events have pushed the state to take steps to stop local school board meetings from turning into potentially dangerous culture war battlegrounds.
Transfer to a four-year institution is a benchmark for success among community colleges, but the numbers are low and disparities across the system persist, especially between colleges in rural areas and those in wealthy suburbs.
Aerospace Museum of California