California's College of the Desert experiencing 'system-wide outage' for most services
College of the Desert, near Palm Springs, has not said whether outages occurred because of malicious activity.
California to invest $108M in workforce development across education sector
The state is giving more than $108 million to partnerships that foster talent in high-demand fields, including health care and engineering.
Cal State's CISO and CIO are road-tripping to all 23 campuses — in three days
Cal State CIO Michael Berman and CISO Ed Hudson plan to spend Memorial Day weekend on an 1,800-mile road trip before Berman retires.
Calif. introduces 'Dashboard Week' to raise awareness of school data
Running from September 16-20, Dashboard Week aims to encourage academic transparency and remind parents and educators of valuable data resources.
UC Irvine creates 'information technology and data' role
Tom Andriola, the chief information officer for the UC system, will head to Irvine to head a new strategic technology leadership position in October.
Five K-12 technologists named 2019 'NextGen: Emerging EdTech Leaders'
The fourth cohort of leaders who will define the future of technology in K-12 education were named at CoSN's annual conference in Portland, Oregon.
Google's first machine learning program launches at Mills College
The course's launch is a testbed for a wider program the tech giant plans to roll out nationwide to support the computer science workforce.
Cal Poly Pomona leaks personal data, including GPAs, of all science students
A spokesman said the university is treating the incident affecting 4,557 students as "a teachable moment."
California making headway on plans for first fully online community college
California Gov. Jerry Brown shared details about how his state is getting closer to rolling out its first fully online community college.