SF Tap Water School Project

The City of San Francisco launched a tap water pilot project at five public schools…

Two local Chinese students are finalists in Intel’s science contest

Forty students from around the nation were recognized as finalists in the Intel Science Talent Search 2012 and two Bay Area Chinese students are among them…..

CSU trustees consider capping presidents’ salaries

The California State University board of trustees is set to consider capping raises given to newly hired campus presidents…

UC picks Richmond site for lab expansion

The University of California has picked a spot for a new branch of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and it’s in the city of Richmond, not Berkeley…

CCSF reaches equipment fundraising goal

The total amount to-date raised is $457,679 and exceeds the original $400,000 goal and was raised through 8 weeks of hard work from community members…

San Jose Unified hopes to offer Transitional Kindergarten this fall

San Jose Unified School has been hosting its first parent information meeting regarding Transitional Kindergarten program (TK) in fall 2012….

Yu Ming Charter School

Yu Ming Charter School, the only school in Oakland that offers a Mandarin immersion program, opened last August…

Leaping lizards inspires robots design

Two Asian students at UC Berkeley helped design a robot car with their inspiration coming from lizards…

Chabot’s new sister college

Hayward Chabot College and China Wuxi City College of Vocational Technology celebrate the signing of a sister college agreement…

No new funding for CSU

California State University (CSU) and its 23 campuses received no new funding in the Governor’s 2012-13 budget…