education

School Superintendent Vincent Matthews: How to show a teacher your appreciation

Chances are, you remember at least some of the great teachers you had while you were in school.

  • May 6, 2019

SFUSD Arts Festival a chance to see creativity in action

Multi-modal event continues through Sunday

School board cancels contract with food vendor, leaving district with no ‘Plan B’ for feeding students

Board members cite ongoing problems with food waste, student dissatisfaction with meals

Report: help ‘urgently’ needed to address growing student loan debt

Growing crisis hits SF’s poorest neighborhoods the hardest

SF schools committed to helping the earth

We’re celebrating earth day every day here at the San Francisco Unified School District.

  • Apr 22, 2019

City officials join students in assembly for Bike and Roll to School Week

Students, families, and local leaders ditched their cars in favor of bikes…

School Superintendent Vincent Matthews: Proudly supporting our LGBTQ youth

SFUSD gets a head start on SF’s Pride celebrations

  • Apr 15, 2019

SF State names woman to lead College of Ethnic Studies

Sueyoshi has served as interim dean of the college since January 2018

Registration for City College’s first free summer session has begun

Early registration has begun for City College of San Francisco’s first tuition-free…

Century old Richmond District school will close after sudden decline in enrollment

Archdiocese blames move to more ‘traditional’ Catholic curriculum, but parents say pastor’s behavior at fault

Sharp drop in enrollment forces cutbacks at Inner Richmond Catholic school

Exodus of students follows several years of controversy over decisions by church leadership

School libraries provide a place for students to be curious

When I was both a student and teacher at SFUSD, one of my favorite places in school was the library.

  • Apr 1, 2019

A San Francisco school where black studies start young

“I want my students to stand up for people who can’t stand up for themselves,” said Gail Meadows, principal of the Meadows Livingstone School.

Forest Hill Preschool set to shutter amid uncertainty around development efforts

A San Francisco preschool that has served families in the Forest Hill…

A ‘Week Without Walls’ opens the world up to students

Some 250 juniors at Phillip & Sala Burton Academic High School completed…

The business of college admissions is geared more toward parents than students

When my twins were in their sophomore year of high school, I recall attending a presentation for parents of high school children by a group of college counselors.

Building a bridge from high school to college

The percentage of San Francisco Unified School District graduates enrolling in college has been steadily increasing.

  • Mar 19, 2019

City College students denounce elimination of classes from 2019 fall schedule

A group of City College of San Francisco students held a rally…

Parents push school board to preserve arts program funding

In the face of vocal opposition, the San Francisco School Board on…