Historic murals depict uncomfortable truths about our nation’s past
Controversial Washington High School fresco depicts slaves, dead Native American
Plan could increase incentives to attract and retain faculty at some schools to as much as $5K
This week marks the conclusion of the 2018-19 school year, and what a year it’s been.
City to provide $15 million annually for 10 years toward tuition subsidy program for SF residents
Lynne Mahoney will be the first woman to lead the university in more than a century
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.
Union alleges university outsourcing violating state law
School district seeking proposals for three new sites in Inner Sunset, Laurel Heights and Bayview
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.
The cash-strapped City College of San Francisco is now eligible to apply…
District renews contract with vendor Revolution Foods but leaders unhappy with food waste, quality
SFUSD working group favors removal of controversial Washington High School fresco
Stevon Cook asked to check personal bags at counter before shopping at Walgreens
Chances are, you remember at least some of the great teachers you had while you were in school.
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
Charter amendments would also rezone city-owned land
Growing crisis hits SF’s poorest neighborhoods the hardest
We’re celebrating earth day every day here at the San Francisco Unified School District.