education

Movement to preserve controversial mural gets support from NAACP

Black community leaders say mural was intended to ‘critique American history’

Free school lunches for SF students threatened by federal cuts

Currently, children of food stamp recipients are automatically enrolled in a federal benefit program that offers free breakfast and lunches at schools throughout the country.

Residents get a sneak peek at mural at center of national debate

Ballot measure planned to block destruction of frescoes at George Washington High School

San Francisco State shuts down Chinese language program under federal pressure

SAN FRANCISCO _ In the far reaches of Redding, it’s not so…

His identity bothered some people. It inspired him to help Valley residents go to college

UC Berkeley was a “huge cultural shock” at first for Michael Pina,…

Funding deal secures future for Free City program

The City College of San Francisco board on Thursday is expected to…

School board votes to paint over historic high school mural

Alumni have threatened to sue over removal of frescoes depicting slavery, death of Native Americans

Don’t whitewash history

Historic murals depict uncomfortable truths about our nation’s past

  • Jun 24, 2019

Emotions run high at hearing on plan to remove or cover historic New Deal mural

Controversial Washington High School fresco depicts slaves, dead Native American

Ronen, Fewer threaten to block Mayor Breed’s $10M teacher stipend proposal

Plan could increase incentives to attract and retain faculty at some schools to as much as $5K

School’s out for summer, but the learning continues

This week marks the conclusion of the 2018-19 school year, and what a year it’s been.

Deal reached to fund Free City College, withdraw ballot measure

City to provide $15 million annually for 10 years toward tuition subsidy program for SF residents

SF State appoints new president

Lynne Mahoney will be the first woman to lead the university in more than a century

Schools are made up of more than teachers

When you think about the people who work at your school or your child’s school, your mind might first go to the teachers and the principal.

  • May 19, 2019

UC workers go out on one-day strike

Union alleges university outsourcing violating state law

More teacher housing projects in the works

School district seeking proposals for three new sites in Inner Sunset, Laurel Heights and Bayview

Students, faculty demand more funding for City College

Students and faculty demanded Friday that college and city leaders find alternatives to reducing the cash strapped City College of San Francisco’s class offerings.

City College’s Hispanic students could make school eligible for millions in grant funding

The cash-strapped City College of San Francisco is now eligible to apply…

Faced with few good options, school board reverses course on student lunches

District renews contract with vendor Revolution Foods but leaders unhappy with food waste, quality

Feds could weigh in on fight over preservation of historic mural

SFUSD working group favors removal of controversial Washington High School fresco