Mayor vetoes funding to restore CCSF classes

Mayor London Breed on Friday vetoed $2.7 million in funding meant to…


New S.F. school transit service raises bus drivers’ concerns

Union questions van company’s safety standards


SF schools extend contract with food vendor despite concerns

Revolution Foods chosen after search fails to find better option


CCSF emergency funding faces opposition

The Board of Supervisors voted 7-4 Tuesday to provide City College of…

Walton blasts CCSF over lack of courses at Bayview campus

Supervisor Shamann Walton was surprised to learn Monday that City College of…

SFUSD made big gains for black students in 2019

At the San Francisco Unified School District, we are deeply committed to…

From the superintendent: Helping to mentor an SF public school student

Whatever their life circumstances, every child needs and deserves to have at…

One of The City’s whitest non-private schools approved for expansion amid diversity struggle

School board’s rejection of charter school’s application to open middle school overturned by state

Homeless program for SF students and families receives praise

City Controller’s audit finds Buena Vista Horace Mann program has served at least 193 people

School district faces tough assignment this year as it reworks lottery system

Nearly a year after the San Francisco Unified School District board directed…

City steps in to save older adult classes from CCSF cuts

Nonprofits to take over some courses for seniors, adults with disabilities

Top 10 reasons San Francisco will remember 2019

History books will find this 19th year in the third millennium to be notable on several accounts.

CCSF administrator contracts suspended as district continues to evaluate budget

The contracts of 39 of City College of San Francisco’s 56 administrators…

John Muir Elementary is making progress against the achievement gap

By Stevon Cook Look all over the country and the story of…

Letter: Despite cuts, CCSF still has thousands of classes available

Dear Editor, I want to assure readers that City College of San…

City supervisors move to save CCSF classes after budget cuts

San Francisco supervisors are proposing funding to restore hundreds of classes that…

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