Imagine seeing your favorite elementary school staff member show up to school one day in full Aztec dance attire with an array of indigenous instruments to perform for you.
Op-Ed by: BC Professor, Paula L. Parks Ph.D
As seven African American students walked into a committee meeting at Bakersfield College, there were murmurs, frowns, and hostile stares.
Editors note: Retired California State University of Bakersfield professor, Gonzalo Santos, addressed the Bakersfield College Academic Senate Curriculum Committee in regards to two proposed courses.
Future Farmers of America (FFA) is a program meant to help students succeed in the agricultural field and McFarland High School’s FFA has been doing just that and more.
Editor’s Note: To celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable Hispanic leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.
Every year during the spring semester all schools around Kern County take assessments to determine whether a student is meeting their reading standards or not.
As students have made their way back to the classroom and met their new teachers this school year, Kern County faces an important issue — its lack of teachers.
The Bakersfield City School District voted NO on the Central for Arts and Technology (CAAT) petition to build a charter school on Tuesday night.
Bakersfield community members attended the Bakersfield City School District (BCSD) meeting Tuesday night to oppose the Central Academy for Arts and Technology (CAAT) petition to build a charter school in downtown Bakersfield.
All 22 libraries in the Kern County Library system are beginning to wrap up their annual Summer Reading Challenge that kicked off early summer, with many receiving prizes and awards.