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SFUSD students may start the school year at home

Staff report recommends starting with distance learning in the fall, transitioning to hybrid model

Universities fight new immigration restrictions on international students in court

Local colleges are scrambling to keep international students in the country as…

Bill to create state public bank could jumpstart SF efforts

California may move $10 billion of its investment banking funds to rebuild…

Health department guidelines for schools set rigorous standards for social distance, cleanliness

Health department guidance issued Wednesday for in-person instruction at San Francisco schools…

As city schools weigh reopening, doubts about safety dominate conversations with teachers

‘If I don’t feel safe as an educator, how am I going to be prepared to teach?’

Real estate industry sues over coronavirus eviction ban

Real estate industry groups filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to undo a…

School board members want to end agreement with police

Resolution would defund police programs, call for Police Commission to develop new protocols

Rent relief finally coming for supportive housing tenants

A year after the funds were approved, San Francisco homelessness department plans…

Iranians mark milestone in diaspora with LBGTQIA Pride event

‘Out in the Diaspora’ builds representation for future generations

School district faces deep budget cuts and deep uncertainty

Parcel tax announced by Mayor London Breed could provide some help with teacher salaries

Reopening S.F. schools could come with a hefty price tag

Officials estimate at least $27 million in added costs to comply with safety guidelines

Planning Commission calls for city to address racism in housing policies

Resolution includes apology for urban redevelopment, redlining

Police union snaps back over Muni’s refusal to carry officers to protests

Muni’s decision to no longer transport San Francisco police officers to protests…

School district considers changing relationship with police

Board members debate dropping financial support for resource officers program

Ban on coronavirus-related evictions moves forward

Supervisors will also weigh tax to generate funds for rent relief

Restaurants hope ‘shared spaces’ bring customers back, but not everyone will benefit

Will a program allowing use of public space help The City’s struggling business corridors?

Thousands flood Mission District for youth-led George Floyd protest

As civil unrest over the killing of George Floyd continued Wednesday in…

City curfew to continue after board fails to muster votes to end it

San Francisco’s curfew order in response to days of protests was hotly…

SF public defender urges police to explicitly bar technique used in George Floyd death

Public Defender Manohar Raju is calling for policy changes after a widely…

Protesters turn out Sunday in San Francisco for second day in a row

“To me, it’s everyone’s breaking point,” said Chris Jackson, who handed out water to fellow demonstrators.