As President Barack Obama pursued new regulations to rein in abuses of for-profit colleges, California was an aggressive partner. Recent delays of those rules by U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos have alarmed California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and others about what the Trump administration will do.
Jenny Weast, a math teacher at Oakmont High School for 30 years, has been a quadriplegic since a skiing accident at age 16. This month, she lost the Medi-Cal funding that has long paid caregivers to get her out of bed, then bathe, feed and dress her each
Students in the four-county region scored well enough on 20,444 Advanced Placement tests to earn college credit in 2015-16, up 40 percent from five years earlier, according to new data from the California Department of Education.