Saturday, March 23, 2024

Higher education experts call for more equitable financial aid reform

By Suzanne Potter Reporter/Producer, California News Service, a bureau of Public News Service.    Each spring, hundreds of thousands of California high school seniors have to figure out if they can afford to go to college in the fall. Two new reports from the Campaign for College Opportunity look at how to make higher education more affordable. The federal government […]
Saturday, April 24, 2010

Photo Gallery: Pics of the week

Senior Inspiration: 94-year-old woman plans to graduate from college next month and look for work Photo: Paul Chin/ The San Francisco Chronicle — Hazel Soares, 94,  takes notes in one of her classes at Mills College in Oakland, California, where she is set to graduate in May with a degree in art history. After graduation Soares, who has more than 40 grandchildren, plans to search for […]