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The SFArtsED Players, including, from left, Kiera Gerstley, Solveig O’Neill, Tyler Winslow, Christopher Napolitano-Mehlhorn, Kyomi DallsKidd and Jayden Tamboury, appear in virtual performances of “Once Upon a Mattress” March 18 and 20 in celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary season. (Courtesy Pete Belkin/San Francisco Arts Education Project)

Youth group presents virtual ‘Mattress’ for 20th anniversary show

SFArtsED Players appear in fairy-tale musical comedy at the drive-in

 

Back to School Night can be a great way for parents to get a first-hand experience of their child’s educational experience. (Courtesy photo)

Back to School Night puts parents in students’ shoes

Parents and guardians, do you wonder what your kid does in school…

 

Teachers, students and supporters of City College gather signatures on the steps of San Francisco City Hall during a rally calling for higher wages and free college.  (Jessica Christian/S.F. Examiner)

CCSF may return to being free after three decades

City College of San Francisco was last free in 1983. Now, three…

 

(Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner file photo)

SFUSD graduation rate reaches six-year high

San Francisco Unified School District’s graduation rate grew again last school year,…

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Conferences crucial to student growth

If you’re a parent, you have more than a full-time job. You…

Annual priorities encompassed in LCAP

Here at the San Francisco Unified School District, we talk about improving…

Beth Laberge/Special to the S.F. ExaminerDead serious: “Zombie” protester Sarah Leadem of UC Berkeley protests at the UC system Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco on Wednesday. Students dressed up to draw attention to people “dying” under school debts.

UC regents discuss backup plan if tax increase fails in November

The University of California system regents voted Wednesday to freeze tuition and…

Beth Laberge/Special to the S.F. ExaminerDead serious: “Zombie” protester Sarah Leadem of UC Berkeley protests at the UC system Board of Regents meeting in San Francisco on Wednesday. Students dressed up to draw attention to people “dying” under school debts.
Class act: The 1990 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that special-needs students be educated in less restrictive environments. (Mike Koozmin/The Examiner)Class act: The 1990 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that special-needs students be educated in less restrictive environments. (Mike Koozmin/The Examiner)

To help shed stigma, SF district putting kids with learning issues in mainstream classes

Molly Jo Alaimo stood at the front of the classroom, reviewing a…

Class act: The 1990 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that special-needs students be educated in less restrictive environments. (Mike Koozmin/The Examiner)Class act: The 1990 Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires that special-needs students be educated in less restrictive environments. (Mike Koozmin/The Examiner)
UC Berkeley (AP file photo)UC Berkeley (AP file photo)

UC Berkeley protesters march against tuition hikes, occupy classrooms

Dozens of protesters are occupying Tolman Hall on the UC Berkeley campus…

UC Berkeley (AP file photo)UC Berkeley (AP file photo)

North Korea puts students to work

North Korea has shut down its universities until April and sent students…

Minority students in San Francisco not closing gap with whites

Low-income and minority students in San Francisco’s public schools are not narrowing…

SF teens to prepare tax returns for residents

They’re too young to purchase alcohol, but they’re old enough – and…

Galileo Students to mock the supes on Monday

Are there any potential Dalys, Mirkarimis or Alioto-Piers among San Francisco high…

Lowell student elected to SFUSD board

Maxwell Wallace, a 17-year-old Lowell High School senior, was elected by his…

Fewer California 12th graders pass exit exam

Fewer California high school students in the class of 2008 passed the…

California students show gains on standardized tests

More California students taking state standardized tests met state and federal assessment…