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.
The NCAA voted on March 30 to allow schools to provide spring-sport student athletes with an additional season.
After a six-month search, the University of California Regents picked Michael V. Drake as the new head of the school system, the first Black president in the system’s history.
This spring, COVID-19 forced schools to go online. But, for the most part, the teaching models remained the same. Sama Learning, a Nevada City-based startup, wants to transform those models.
Nicholas Haystings, executive director of Square Root Academy, says he has had two goals since he was a kid: to become an engineer and to give back to the community.
These six Capital Region higher-education projects, completed in the last decade, offer inspired and intentional learning spaces.
In 2009, CRC partnered with the U.S. Green Building Council’s Sacramento chapter to participate in the Natural Talent Design Competition. Entrants were required to design a 36,000-square-foot building known as the Winn Center.
As college seniors finished their classes online, the impact of the coronavirus pandemic complicated their job prospects.
Comstock’s spoke with Law about the ways both the center and the local entrepreneurial scene are evolving in the face of a crisis.