Natural Light, or as it's known across many college campuses "Natty Light," is offering graduates $100 if they are willing to loan their diplomas to the company.
LeBron James' foundation has partnered with Kent State University to give nearly 200 high school students a full ride to the college.
A highly anticipated report from a University of California faculty task force recommended Monday that the prestigious 10-campus public university system keep the SAT and ACT tests as part of its admissions process, saying the standardized tests are important indicators of student success and might benefit disadvantaged students.
In a statewide survey published last month, the nonpartisan Public Policy Institute of California found that about 53% of likely voters supported the measure, with 36% opposed and 10% undecided.
An $18 million commitment from the Simms/Mann Family Foundation will support UCLA's expansion of integrative psychosocialcare for people with cancer and their families into communities throughout Southern California, the university announced.
Faith Gibbs, a 15-year-old sophomore at Taft High School in Woodland Hills is a fierce multi-sport athlete and also excels in the classroom.
High school students in North Carolina will soon be required to take a personal finance course to graduate.
There’s a saying in the cancer community — if one member of the family has cancer — the whole family has it. It’s because it affects everyone.
Trump won white evangelicals by more than 81 percent in the 2016 presidential election, according to exit polls.
Kid Flix is a talented group of 12-to-14-year-old students from Placerita Jr. High School in Santa Clarita. It is an on-campus journalism club that broadcasts a live newscast every morning before school.
Brianna Taksony is an attendance clerk at High Desert School in Acton. She’s also a single mother of six children, and despite hardships, she continues to go above and beyond for her kids and students.
A teacher and behavioral specialist showed children the importance of washing their hands by using bread and mold in a science experiment.
Starting in the spring of 2020 residents in Los Angeles will no longer have to pay overdue fees on books returned late to the Los Angeles Public Library.
Val Verde Unified Police Chief Mark Clark writes tickets to kids when he catches them doing something positive. It’s called the Positive Citation Program.
A lawsuit filed against the University of California claims the standardized college admission exams SAT and ACT discriminate against low-income applicants.
An Atlanta sixth grader turned his struggle with bullies into a patented invention to help other students.
A 52-year-old Los Angeles Unified School District teacher was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly hitting and severely injuring a bicyclist with her Mini Cooper in Silver Lake and leaving the scene.
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Top leaders at the University of California say they support dropping the SAT and ACT exams from admission requirement.
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A majority of college graduates with student loans said they would shave their head if the debt could be erased, according to a new survey, and some others said they would consider giving up coffee and even spending a week in jail.