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In-state tuition and fees at California's largest colleges jumped 130 percent on average during the last decade, or roughly five times faster than inflation, new federal figures show. This database shows tuition trends over nearly 15 years at every major college.
Modesto City Schools board members will hear about grant-writing success at tonight's meeting and consider extending the contract of Superintendent Pam Able.
School counselor Sandra Ortega-Ramos took a bow this year for her service to Empire middle school students, those tween years when parents sometimes wonder what alien life form took over their children.
The "warning status" placed on Merced College's accreditation by a review commission was removed this week by that organization, a move college officials said is important to the school's image.
Brandman University will hold information sessions on its master of arts in education and master of arts in teaching with credential programs, both with scholarship opportunities, at its campus, 5222 Pirrone Court, Salida.
Columbia State Historic Park will hold murder-mystery mornings, with park staff and costumed volunteers re-enacting a double homicide from history, the 1855 Smith-Barclay tragedy.
Sylvan Union School District in north Modesto stood seventh Friday in national rankings for a contest to raise awareness of the dangers of food allergies in schools.
The Oakdale Unified School District board will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the City Council chamber, 277 N. Second Ave. Trustees will vote on changes to the dress code.
Focus on Education (7/1/13)
China's students aced international tests in 2011. But its straight-laced schools appear poised to take a page from the U.S. playbook, challenging students to go beyond the drills and innovate.
At-risk seventh-graders will get some extra help this coming school year thanks to a $200,000 grant from United Way of Stanislaus County.
Denair Unified School District's nonunion workers will take a pay cut starting Monday, but top managers will lose far more than their administrative helpers will, trustees ruled.
Teachers from Beyer High and Turlock's Earl Elementary will represent Stanislaus County in the state Teachers of the Year program.
Denair Unified trustees on Thursday will weigh imposing cuts of up to 11 percent from pre-recession salary levels on all non-union staff, the same amount being sought from the district's teachers.
On Friday, National Summer Learning Day, Orville Wright Elementary students showed off the science they learned over summer.
California State University, Stanislaus, failed to make the grade in a new nationwide survey of teacher training, receiving poor marks for the school's elementary and secondary teacher certification programs.
Pitman High band teacher Ruben Modesto hit a high note, winning the $20,000 Comcast SportsNet 2013 All-Star Teacher Award this afternoon.
Reporter talks to teens in an algebra class about using math every day to check reports, make sense of an overload of information.
Modesto City Schools board President Nancy Cline will not run for re-election this year, saying she feels it is God's will.
Aaron Felish, a 2005 Modesto High grad, met with Modesto City Schools Superintendent Pam Able in Las Vegas this month after she surprised him by presenting his high school diploma.
A felony charge stemming from a confrontation with a Caltrans worker against Modesto City Schools board member Steven Grenbeaux was reduced to a misdemeanor at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Tea party group considers anti-common core arguments, sees conspiracy at work. Others see standards as return to common sense teaching. What happens when
A budget trailer bill heading toward a vote would de-fang the California Public Records Act, making key provisions strictly voluntary. The state says it would save millions, but no one can calculate how much taxpayers could lose.
Educators know that lectures and memorized lists fade fast, but learning by doing sticks with you. With the common core downgrade of pacing calendars and drills, fun may regain its footing in the curriculum after a few lessons
Denair Unified School District has reconfigured administrative positions, added a full-day kindergarten and will send athletes to games on school buses instead of in parents' cars.