education

School board members want to end agreement with police

Resolution would defund police programs, call for Police Commission to develop new protocols

School is going to look different this fall

As we enter the first weeks of summer, I know our students,…

Reopening S.F. schools could come with a hefty price tag

Officials estimate at least $27 million in added costs to comply with safety guidelines

COVID-19 crisis shows need to close digital divide

State legislature should keep funding for alternative education programs such as Calbright College

Expect hybrid learning to become the norm this fall

By Ricardo Cano Cal Matters Students in face masks at all times.…

  • Jun 10, 2020

School district considers changing relationship with police

Board members debate dropping financial support for resource officers program

Celebrating the accomplishments of students in a difficult year

Well, we’ve made it to the end of the school year. When…

California legislature moves to close online community college

By Ashley A. Smith EdSource California Assembly and Senate leaders moved Wednesday…

Bayview charter school sues SFUSD for more classroom space

Nonprofit calls proposed Treasure Island move a ‘bad faith offer’

The Class of 2020 will have a special place in history

Graduation is a special time for students to celebrate the years of…

CCSF board votes to close Fort Mason campus

College dropping lease on waterfront site to help close projected deficit

CCSF puts Fort Mason campus on the chopping block

Faced with severe budget cuts, community college preparing to end decades-long lease

College class of 2020 entering a shrinking job market

By Ashley A. Smith EdSource Just a few short months ago, the…

  • May 22, 2020

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