Lock 'em up.
Lock 'em up.
A recent K12.com data breach left some 7 million student records accessible to anyone with an internet connection, according to a troubling report from technology website Comparitech.
Video games may have once been shunned as a wasteful teenage hobby, but a growing number of high schools and colleges are now treating them as a serious sport.
The digital divide between parents and their children can have all sorts of consequences affecting everything from academics to safety.
Bitwise Industries was founded in 2013 by Central Valley natives Jake Soberal and Irma Olguin Jr. The two went on to create a 250,000-square-foot space which MakerCity.com describes as “part school, part incubator, part auditorium, and 100% tech ecosystem.”
The California Department of Education has launched a new app to help students find meals during the summer months.
The California Department of Education (CDE) has a plan to overhaul the draft ethnic studies model curriculum that caused an uproar with numerous political, ethnic, and religious groups.
A new state audit of three large school districts is reviving questions about the state’s Local Control Funding Formu
Your kids are out of school at 3 p.m. but your boss expects you to stay until at least 4:30 and it’s a 25 minute drive from your office to the school. Now what do you do?