Category: Education

CCSF leaders skeptical of governor’s proposed ‘online only’ college

City College of San Francisco faculty and leaders fear that a state proposal to create an “online only” college could…

5 days ago

City College faculty to get salary increases in new labor agreement

Faculty at City College of San Francisco will get a pay raise after the school's Board of Trustees approved a…

1 week ago

Art school community calls for transition plan after district announces takeover of managing artists’ contracts

Parents and members of the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts community launched a petition urging the school district to…

2 weeks ago

Non-citizens voting in SF school board elections to get immigration warning

San Francisco’s implementation of non-citizen voting in school board elections this November will come with a warning — federal immigration…

2 weeks ago

Arabic community group rallies for access to serve SFUSD students

Dozens of students and their supporters urged the San Francisco school board on Tuesday to renew a contract with a…

3 weeks ago

‘Last stop’ school cuts absences in half with social, emotional focus

On a Tuesday morning, Alba Perez was the only student sitting inside of a classroom at Civic Center Secondary School,…

3 weeks ago

Judge reduces felony child endangerment charge for SF teacher to misdemeanor

A San Francisco Superior Court judge today agreed to reduce a felony child endangerment/abuse charge to a misdemeanor for a…

4 weeks ago

SF State to break ground on new student housing, high-tech media center in fall

New housing slated to rise at San Francisco State University over the next two years could cost students between $1,225…

4 weeks ago