Police on Sunday said they have no new leads on the whereabouts of a Florian Tria, a volleyball coach at Christian Brothers High School who was dropped off by a driver near her Curtis Park home Wednesday evening and has not been seen since.

Friends and family are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 51-year-old Sacramento woman.

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.

The San Juan Unified School District has paid $3.4 million in settlements and other costs tied to accusations that its former superintendent, who was forced to retire in January, mistreated female employees.

Student loan debt is not just a problem for young people.

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.

UC Davis has placed ninth in a nationwide ranking.

Steven Ladd will leave the Elk Grove Unified School District on Friday after serving as superintendent for nine years. The district, the fifth largest in the state, serves 62,000 students in south Sacramento County.

High school students have the chance to see what historically black colleges can offer them during recruitment fairs scheduled this week at Grant, Sacramento and Monterey Trail high schools.

Harvard University announced Monday that its school of public health has received a record $350 million donation to support students and bolster research into major global health threats.

Jeanette Amavisca won’t be on the Nov. 4 ballot. Neither will Priscilla Cox.

In a college-prep computer lab at Sacramento Charter High School, 17-year-old senior Tonkalya Rogers was online last week planning for college. She said she plans to apply to Howard University in Washington, D.C., in hopes of becoming a prosecutor.

Decrying state schools chief Tom Torlakson for a lack of action on the June court decision ruling California’s teacher hiring and dismissal practices unconstitutional, challenger Marshall Tuck delivered a letter to the State Board of Education on Thursday asking its members to immediately begin developing solutions to the issues raised in the lawsuit.

Residents, teachers and students in the Elk Grove Unified School District are all looking for the same characteristics in a new superintendent, according to report from McPherson & Jacobson LLC, an executive search firm hired by the district.

Although little can be done to prevent an indoor shooting range from opening near a school in Rancho Cordova, city officials indicated they would consider amending the city code to restrict the location of such facilities.

Elk Grove Superintendent Steven Ladd was surprised Tuesday night when the school board voted unanimously to name the Cosumnes Oaks High School culinary arts institute after him.

New Sacramento City Unified Superintendent Jose Banda launched his 100-day campaign to familiarize himself with the district and the community today as 43,000 students started their first day of the new school year.

Sacramento City Unified School District students are learning how to utilize aquaponics to produce plants, fruit and vegetables in an urban garden at Luther Burbank High School as a component of the Summer of Service program.

As landlines and paper handouts disappear, local school districts are experimenting with new ways of reaching families. At Folsom Cordova and Natomas unified school districts this year, that means launching an app that allows parents to keep tabs on their children almost anywhere and anytime.

Sacramento State freshmen Ashley Sanchez and Destinee Malde-Sanchez got to know each other for six months before moving into their residence hall Friday, thanks to an online roommate matching service offered by their school’s department of housing and residential life.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson will appeal the June court ruling that California’s teacher tenure laws are unconstitutional, he decided Friday.

The Sacramento County Department of Health on Thursday released results from the latest of four tuberculosis screenings since the diagnosis in February of a Grant Union High School student with active tuberculosis. A total of 345 students and staff were tested.

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez announced Thursday he will retire at the end of the academic year, ending a leadership run marked by noteworthy campus improvements and recurrent friction with faculty members.

Driven by shifts in technology and educational expectations across industries, California’s higher education leaders know they face an unexpected economic challenge just six years after the recession ravaged the state’s workforce: a potential shortage by 2025 of 1 million bachelor’s degrees.

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