Ann Huff Stevens, chair of the UC Davis economics department, is named interim dean of the Graduate School of Management.
A regional non-profit foundation has launched a pilot program, which starts today, to provide mentors to help students at five Sacramento area schools in STEM science, technology, engineering and math.
Instead of simply opposing school bonds they dont like, representatives from the Sacramento Taxpayers Association have been meeting with Sacramento County school districts since early summer to collaborate on them.
An otherwise quiet school board election in the Natomas Unified School District took a bizarre turn this week when a letter from the district chastising one of the candidates for using obscene language on school campuses became public.
The University of California, Davis announced today that it is expanding its long-standing partnership with the Chilean government with the creation of a $12 million life science center.
Sacramento City Unified School District will hold its annual college fair on Sunday, when representatives of more than 70 colleges will be available to answer questions and provide information.
Newsweek has issued its 2014 rankings for top-500 high schools in the United States, and campuses in three Sacramento-area school districts made the list.
Sacramento City Unified and its teachers association have ended a long stretch of discord by tentatively agreeing to two years of pay hikes and smaller class sizes for the youngest students at high-poverty schools.
Folsom police have announced a reward for information in the theft of audio and visual equipment from a storage container on the Folsom Middle School campus.
Twin Rivers Unified School District has agreed to pay $150,000 to a former employee who has a paternity dispute with district trustee Cortez Quinn.