California high schoolers will be taught about the struggles and contributions of African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans and other ethnic groups
Education leaders across Santa Cruz County—and the rest of the state—are struggling to fill classroom teaching positions and find substitute teachers
Schools urged to fully reopen in the fall, even if they cannot take all of the recommended steps to curb the spread...
Estimated 15,745 students in Santa Cruz County don't have home internet
Watsonville’s new minimum-security rehabilitation facility aids workforce re-entry
The Arts Council's March initiative spreads learning, in the name of equity, across Santa Cruz County
When it comes to learning, handwritten notes trump digital
As regulators and growers talk reform, school reps say the changes don't far go enough
Pam Randall is wheeling a cart of 350 books into Live Oak’s newly opened Boys & Girls Club. It’s Wednesday, April 13,...
New study bolsters Alejo’s call for ethnic studies
Kids learn lessons along the way in middle school Top Chef contest
One Aptos teacher’s innovations are a striking example of how technology—and a better understanding of how our brains work—is revolutionizing education for...
Cabrillo President Brian King and UC Santa Cruz Chancellor George Blumenthal weigh in on the state of public higher education in California
A record number of students are qualifying for the federal free lunch program; but what are we feeding them?
All eyes await the fate of UCSC’s Community Studies Program