An international education institute is working to double the number of U.S. students studying abroad by 2019.
Efforts to overturn a law shielding transgender students stalled Monday, with advocates of the repeal failing to gather enough signatures to qualify for the statewide ballot.
Attorney General Eric Holder says state attorneys general are not obligated to defend laws in their states banning same sex-marriage if they don't believe in them.
The Asian American Journalists Association's Sacramento chapter is offering help to college students who are interested in pursuing careers in journalism this summer.
As K-12 districts begin seeing more state money, nearly 2,000 employees in Folsom Cordova schools will receive one-time bonus checks next month equal to 5 percent of pay.
Seven-year-old Samaya Dillard wandered across major intersections, over a freeway and through a Natomas shopping center parking lot on a cold December day while her classmates at Jefferson Elementary School sharpened their reading skills.
As a teaching assistant in the music department at University of California, Santa Cruz, Lisa Beebe is regularly assigned to classes that have more than 350 students.