Category: Election

Child care advocates point to critical need for funding ahead of election

Days before San Francisco voters will be asked to choose between funding homelessness or early child care services, advocates for…

3 months ago

Board of Education considers expert panel to rename SF schools

The San Francisco Board of Education may bring in a panel of experts to help strip from The City’s public…

3 months ago

Mayoral candidates list free tuition, school assignment system as top education priorities

Two San Francisco mayoral hopefuls have released bold education plans that include overhauling The City’s controversial public school assignment system…

4 months ago

District leaders brush off SF high school’s suspension of artist-in-residence program

School district leaders brushed off the decision made by Ruth Asawa School of the Arts administrators and their nonprofit partner…

12 months ago

Politics, social justice at forefront of education on first day of school in SF

Visitacion Valley Middle School students returning to school on Monday were preoccupied with a mid-morning solar eclipse, but their teachers…

12 months ago

SF jail school’s new bus to deliver education across gang lines

A charter school based in San Francisco County Jail has turned an old Muni bus into a mobile classroom that…

1 year ago

Newsom urges UC, CSU campuses to affirm sanctuary city status

Spurred by the election of Donald Trump as U.S. president, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom urged the leaders of major public…

2 years ago

Trump’s impact on local law enforcement reforms worry some

Law enforcement watchdogs are fearful Donald Trump’s election as the next U.S. president could be a major setback back to…

2 years ago