The pandemic is accelerating the demise of the middle class, leaving many unable to sustain financial independence. In Silicon Valley and elsewhere, middle-class workers have found themselves unable to make rent.
A wide range of projects and initiatives on and off the Davis campus are set to be funded by the campaign, called Expect Greater: From UC Davis. For the World.
People love to hate school lunch, but the Nutrition Services team at Sacramento City Unified School District is out to change that.
Students are weighing all the options, including attending community college, learning online or postponing college altogether.
This coronavirus pandemic could mark the biggest shift to the workplace since the adoption of computers.
Christopher Callahan, who became president July 1, is overseeing the institution’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Comstock’s president and publisher considers the difficulty of starting a new school year in the midst of the pandemic.
Comstock’s spoke with Yoshikawa about helping students navigate the complexities of the college admissions process and how Creative Marbles has adapted to the new normal.
As crises collide, teachers already stretched thin are leaning on powerful unions to make online classes work. Is this a new beginning or the beginning of the end for school as we know it?
Sacramento State will look very different this fall, when only 7 percent of courses will be held in-person, because of COVID-19 and social distancing.