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CSU trustees OK first tuition hike since 2011

CSU trustees OK first tuition hike since 2011

The California State University Board of Trustees approved tuition increase for this fall. It’s the first increase in six years and is expected to generate $77.5 million. Annual tuition for…

McGeorge Law School, UC Merced graduate programs rise in rankings

McGeorge Law School, UC Merced graduate programs rise in rankings

STOCKTON — Two Central Valley graduate-level schools are on the rise, according to this year’s U.S. News & World Report’s Best Graduate Schools report. University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School…

Culinary arts students learn about community in downtown program

Culinary arts students learn about community in downtown program

STOCKTON — Jamarea Kelly, 17, is satisfying some of his high school credits and gaining job skills while learning how to work and cook in a commercial kitchen. He is…

Gregori football player honored for concussion project

Gregori football player honored for concussion project

By NORA HESTON TARTE Business Journal Writer MODESTO — When Gregori High School senior Dominic Barandica was a freshman, he was given an English assignment that impacted not only his…

Out-of-the-box plan saves Modesto Christian

Out-of-the-box plan saves Modesto Christian

By NORA HESTON TARTE Business Journal Writer MODESTO — Modesto Christian School was hit hard in the Great Recession and last year, was poised to close its doors. But a…

Patterson High School logistics program offers job prospects

Patterson High School logistics program offers job prospects

PATTERSON — With the dramatic growth of online shopping, the Central Valley is playing an increasingly important role in the distribution part of the e-commerce industry. Patterson High School, located…

New Valley center to teach job skills

New Valley center to teach job skills

MODESTO —Opportunity Stanislaus, the county’s foremost economic development organization, is leading the way in training workers for future jobs. According to the organization, 50 percent of the skilled manufacturing workers…

SJ County Office of Education to hold warehouse sales

SJ County Office of Education to hold warehouse sales

STOCKTON —The San Joaquin Office of Education is selling surplus property at two public sales later this month and in March. Among the items at the warehouse sale are furniture,…

Stan State students win Turlock Mayor’s Public Policy Award

TURLOCK — Turlock Mayor Gary Soiseth has awarded two Stanislaus State University students the Turlock Mayor’s Public Policy Award for their research project entitled “Bridge the College Campus and Downtown…

Stan State’s Junn recognized for higher ed leadership

Stan State’s Junn recognized for higher ed leadership

TURLOCK — Stanislaus State President Ellen Junn has been named one of 25 women who have displayed leadership while tackling higher education’s toughest challenges by the magazine Diverse: Issues in…

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