Remote learning likely to remain some part of the curriculum at SF schools this fall

School district officials debate best way to resume classes while keeping students safe

Most California school districts plan to open in the fall. Here’s how it would work

Most public school districts in California are planning to reopen campuses on…

Mar wants voters to approve $20M a year for CCSF to sustain job training programs

Supervisor argues fiscally troubled college is key to economic recovery after coronavirus

Classified employees are at the forefront of SFUSD’s pandemic response

Last week we celebrated all the teachers whose resilience and creativity have…

Examiner interns struggle with pandemic’s impacts while reporting its effects on others

‘I feel cheated, but know I have no control over it’

Caravan rally calls on CCSF to save Fort Mason campus

About 30 people gathered in a parking lot on Friday near the…

CSU to cancel most in-person classes and go online this fall

Vaccines or treatments are unlikely to be available for students by fall

School Superintendent: Addressing the needs of multilingualism during distant learning

Here in SFUSD we enroll students who speak dozens of different languages

San Francisco schools outline cuts to handle projected $82.3 million deficit

Budget process complicated by revenues, federal aid and delayed tax payments in flux

Second CCSF trustee declines to run for reelection

Board race will have four contested seats in November

Now more than ever, teachers deserve our appreciation

Teaching is a profession that is like none other. It takes great…

Aid is on the way for CCSF students, but not everyone is eligible

Federal rules limit CARES Act funds to documented students

Older students to be graded ‘credit’ or ‘no credit’ for semester spent at home

School board votes unanimously to change system to reflect challenges of online learning

Community colleges will be essential to California’s recovery

By Jenny Worley and Shanell Williams When the shelter-in-place order is finally…

SFUSD offers new resources to families struggling to get access to information, support

Today I’m excited to share a new way for SFUSD families to…

How should San Francisco students be graded when learning virtually?

Some students back a blanket schoolwork exemption to ease strain on their mental health

Keeping students connected with music, mindfulness and magic

While our school buildings are temporarily closed, our students have shared how much they miss being with their teachers and their peers.

SF educators pledge their stimulus checks to those in need

It was painfully clear that families with undocumented members wouldn’t see a dime of federal aid

City schools launch formal distance learning plan

After weeks of preparation, San Francisco Unified School District is rolling out…

From the school superintendent: Learning while at home

As a district we are implementing a phased-in distance learning plan and today, we begin our third phase