Computer coding is helping at-risk sixth graders at James Denman Middle School in San Francisco learn math and science while also keeping them out of gangs.
LifePlay Productions, an extra-curricular program in San Diego, helps kids stand up to their bullies by teaching creative conflict resolution in a fun way while simultaneously boosting their confidence.
In an escalating dispute between teachers and the L.A. Unified School District, educators announced that they’ll gather Tuesday to boycott faculty meetings.
In past years, the local merchant would run an newspaper ad or print a postcard to get attention, but with the cost of printed material, that seems ridiculous.
Officer Carmona has a unique assignment with the LAPD where he is trusted by the department to go out and look for qualified candidates whom will become the future leaders.
There is always an extraordinary teacher that is driven to go out of their way to give a special opportunity to the students they see everyday.
Better math scores and higher rates of graduation among public school students are just a couple of the benefits of the music education program MUSICSTAR.
California’s ExCEL program proves that students achieve more when their after-school, free time is occupied with academics, recreation and enrichment activities.
The sports-based arc: Afterschool Programs bridges the opportunity gap for kids learning English as a second language in Los Angeles, who might not achieve as much, or go as far, without it.
The Young Storytellers Foundation fills the gap left by creative arts program cuts in schools to help youth’s harrowing stories be heard.
A San Francisco non-profit has a 100 percent college acceptance rate for the underprivileged high school kids it supports.
The threat of cyberattack isn’t going away any time soon, so in a bold move to protect the U.S. from offensive maneuvers targeting our computer networks the Air Force Association initiated Cyber Patriot.
California’s public school system contribute to STEM careers by offering science-centric activities through after-school programs.
A local non-profit called Create Now brings thousands of children in need to cultural events like free concerts and plays.
The California Board of Education is expected to decide Wednesday whether or not schools should be held accountable on the state’s performance index for student results in the new Common Core-aligned assessments.