At Malcolm X Academy, a small elementary school on top of a hill in the Bayview, more than 90 percent of students qualify for a free or reduced-price lunch. The school is surrounded by housing projects, and the neighborhood has one of the highest rates of violence in The City.
For a chart listing grant amounts awarded to Superintendent's Zone schools, click on the photo to the right. Read More
Within the offices of the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, there is a common impression that only geeks know that the agency is responsible for three of The City’s major public utilities: water, power and sewage.
But a new brand and a green, yellow and blue logo could conceivably elevate the agency’s profile into the occasional everyday conversation. Read More