Some of California's top college officials traveled to a small farmworker community in Kern County on Friday to learn how its high school has become a model for guiding students toward higher education.

Immigrant students鈥 schoolwork and experience in the classroom often suffer in the presence of immigration enforcement 鈥 with 60% percent of teachers and school staff reporting poorer academic performance, and nearly half noting increased rates of bullying against these students, UCLA-based …

More than 400 driven teens from throughout Kern County put their legal, argumentative, critical thinking and presentation skills to the test for months, culminating Saturday with the Mock Trial regional finals 鈥 and awards for their efforts.

Students arriving for the first day of the new semester at Cal State 优蜜传媒聽encountered picket lines Monday morning聽as striking faculty members continued to press for raises after Friday's announcement their coworkers with the Teamsters union had tentatively reached a separate agreement…

In the first glimpse of California鈥檚 K-12 schools鈥 year-over-year progress since the pandemic, graduation rates hit some of their highest levels ever, absenteeism dropped significantly, and hundreds of districts showed academic improvements.

优蜜传媒-based oil producer Aera Energy LLC announced a major gift to Cal State 优蜜传媒 Tuesday in the form of a聽$2.5 million endowment funding a leadership position at the university's California Energy Research Center.

Expect the Kern Community College District to soon, real soon, name its new chancellor. A selection committee has been going through candidates and is expected to make a finalist list and then hand it to the KCCD board of trustees, which will make the final choice.

While the Kern High School District Police Department's new recruit is set to serve and protect just like other officers, creating a safe environment for students across 31 schools, he looks quite different from the rest of the squad.

Cal State 优蜜传媒 has achieved a milestone for the campus and the entire CSU system in the quest to expand affordability: the first 鈥淶 degree,鈥 a bachelor鈥檚 degree that requires no textbook costs for students.

For students of color, the Supreme Court鈥檚 recent ban on affirmative action has left them frustrated but undaunted as they plow through college application season. Some California private colleges, meanwhile, are increasing their outreach efforts to attract more students and send a signal th…