Tag: education

Won’t you save me San Francisco?

There are often two conflicting stories that are equally true. We’ve all seen these word bites of late: Growth and…

1 month ago

Schools emphasize inclusion during Bullying Prevention Month

San Francisco as a city, and SFUSD take pride in having a history of being welcoming and inclusive. We also…

1 month ago

Deal reached to make City College tuition free for SF residents

Thousands of students will begin attending City College of San Francisco for free next semester under an agreement reached Friday…

2 years ago

UC Regents to vote on first tuition hike in 5 years

The University of California Board of Regents will vote on the first tuition hikes for the system in five years…

2 years ago

Trump’s pick for education secretary could put school vouchers back on the map

Fifteen years ago, a controversial question about America’s schools dominated headlines, prompted ballot measures in various states and led wealthy…

2 years ago

$500M gifted to UCSF is largest donation ever

The University of California San Francisco (UCSF) received its largest ever donation this week, from the foundation created by late…

2 years ago

SF students to march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Hundreds of San Francisco students will hit the streets Friday, in commemoration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King,…

2 years ago

Supreme Court likely to boost public schools’ responsibilities to children with disabilities

WASHINGTON — Supreme Court justices appeared ready Wednesday to clarify and strengthen the rights of the nation’s 6.7 million children…

2 years ago