education

SF schools chart the course for inclusion

Learning about diversity can be practiced at home, too

 

Dozens of CCSF part-time instructors lose benefits, jobs after spring class cuts

Sudden change made to balance anticipated $13 million deficit

 

From the Superintendent: Thank you for supporting SF public education

Time and again the whole San Francisco community shows that it supports public education.

 

Making the most of parent-teacher conferences

Children learn best when parents and teachers team up

School district leaders want to keep cops off campus

SFUSD renegotiating agreement with police on handling of incidents involving students

CCSF faces further class cuts to stem $13 million deficit

College weighing elimination of some programs including culinary arts, journalism

Dean Preston rallies with CCSF students over budget cuts

College board set to discuss $13 million deficit at Thursday meeting

City College to offer classes in the Sunset District

City College of San Francisco is expanding into the Sunset District starting…

Teachers protest after Mission District principal abruptly placed on leave

Faculty fear investigation could be retaliation for social activism, push for better services

SFUSD going back to basics with school lunches made from scratch

Upgraded culinary center could serve as model for expanded in-house food production.

Bomb threat prompts evacuations at CCSF

Updated ( 4:56 p.m.): The San Franicsco Polcie Deparetmtn has concluded its…

High school mural backers move planned ballot measure to November

Group seeking to preserve controversial historic fresco and keep it visible to public

Fired CCSF administrator accuses college of wrongful termination, wage discrimination

A former City College of San Francisco administrator who was fired last…

George Washington High School’s alumni association sues over controversial S.F. mural

The lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court on Friday, challenges a vote by the school board in August to cover the New Deal era mural.

City College board boosts administrators wages but holds off on larger increases

The City College of San Francisco board approved an initial 10 percent…

SF schools district unfairly discourages students from joining Climate Strike protests

The schools’ decision unfairly impacted young students whose parents couldn’t take them to the protest last week.

White House rule change will take food away from California kids at home and at school

By Zetta Reiker Having worked in school food service for more than…

Proposed pay raises for City College administrators anger students, faculty

Large increases come as college cuts classes, trims budget

University of California President Janet Napolitano to step down

Since she became the first woman to lead the 10-campus system in September 2013, Napolitano has enrolled historic numbers of California undergraduates.