SF announces expansion of anti-truancy program

A San Francisco anti-truancy program is expanding to a second high school starting this year…

Asian freshmen are majority at UC Berkeley

New UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks said today that the university will need to rely more on philanthropy for funding…

A new final exam for college seniors

Starting this year, more than 200 colleges and universities will be offering a new standardized test called the CLA +…

CCSF protesters arrested outside SF Mayor’s office

More than two-dozen City College of San Francisco students and advocates were arrested at City Hall late Tuesday night…

ACT: Only quarter of grads ready for all subjects

The testing company ACT says just a quarter of this year’s high school graduates who took the ACT tests have the reading, math, English and science skills they need…

CCSF submits request to renew accreditation

CCSF officials submitted a formal request for review of a regional panel’s decision to revoke the school’s accreditation…

California STAR test security breach

California has flagged 242 schools for security breach involving students posting photos of STAR test on social media sites…

Mills High School students protest

A group fo Mills High School students protest in front of San Mateo County Superior Cout against the College Board and ETS moving the lawsuit to the Federal Court that forced the hearing to be postponed…

Campaign to keep City College open

Chinese for Affirmative Action has launched this campaign “Move City College Forward” to give voice to those who believe all elected officials should be held accountable for making sure City College remains open for all 85,000 of its students…

California STAR test results are down

California statewide standardized test scores made public show a slight dip for the first time in nine years…