San Jose State University

San Jose State Lecturer Works to Bring Afghan Scholars to U.S.

About 150 scholars are vetted as of this month, and about a dozen universities are ready to offer jobs to qualified Afghan instructors. but only two scholars, both referred from San Jose State, have arrived, one at UC Berkeley, the other at the University of Texas at El Paso. 

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Teen Abstinence Promoter Leads Bid to Conduct County’s Title IX Gender Harassment Audit

A Scotts Valley nonprofit is set to tackle a $1 million Title IX investigation across Santa Clara County’s hundreds of K-12 and post-secondary schools, despite having neither college-level experience nor legal staff for the task. Education, Training and Research Associates is the intended awardee of a contract to assess and codify how educators countywide comply with state and federal laws on sex- and gender-based harassment and abuse, according to documents obtained by San Jose Inside. The decision will be final on June 10, if none of the other four bidding agencies protest the selection.

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The Real Faces of Silicon Valley

As the valley’s tech companies have driven the U.S. economy since the Great Recession, the region remains one of the most unequal.

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