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Michelle Malliett, an early education para and after school teacher, arrives at a rally on Thursday, July 7, 2016 in light of her possible eviction after her building in San Francisco was purchased by a tech executive. (Rachael Garner/Special to S.F. Examiner)

SF educator settles eviction case over using household appliances

Two San Francisco-based tech workers who served a public school educator with…

 

Schools need teachers; teachers need housing

Last year, as the rate of unfair evictions in San Francisco rose…

 

Conferences crucial to student growth

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

 

The people behind the schools

Education is a people business — we are only as strong as…

SFUSD student Noah, left, brings refreshments to teachers with the coffee cart. (Courtesy SFUSD via YouTube)

Giving thanks to special teachers

Thanksgiving is a few days away, and soon we will gather with…

SFUSD student Noah, left, brings refreshments to teachers with the coffee cart. (Courtesy SFUSD via YouTube)
Photo by Mike Koozmin - Mission High School 9th grade math class (geometry).

SFUSD fully staffs classrooms for first day of school

The San Francisco Unified School District’s teacher shortage appears to have been…

Photo by Mike Koozmin - Mission High School 9th grade math class (geometry).
Teacher Jessica Wong instructs summer school students during a chemistry class experiment at Galileo Academy of Science and Technology. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)

Residency thrives amid SFUSD teacher shortage

With nearly 50 teaching positions still left to fill by the Aug.…

Teacher Jessica Wong instructs summer school students during a chemistry class experiment at Galileo Academy of Science and Technology. (Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner)
San Francisco Unified School District is still trying to find more than three dozen teachers to fill its classrooms. Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner

SFUSD scrambling to fill classrooms amid teacher shortage

San Francisco’s sky-high cost of living is not only driving public school…

San Francisco Unified School District is still trying to find more than three dozen teachers to fill its classrooms. Mike Koozmin/S.F. Examiner
Courtesy photoSan Francisco Unified School District is asking teachers to consider reducing the length of the work year among other options as it tries to balance its budget.

Strapped San Francisco schools asking teachers to trim expenses

San Francisco Unified School District will once again lean on teachers in…

Courtesy photoSan Francisco Unified School District is asking teachers to consider reducing the length of the work year among other options as it tries to balance its budget.

Teachers involved in test tampering allowed back in classrooms

Twelve Connecticut teachers involved in a test-tampering scandal are being allowed back…

Investigation reveals test-score manipulation in Atlanta schools

WHAT: A yearlong Georgia investigation uncovered widespread cheating on student exams at…

California budget leaves some San Francisco school district workers still in limbo

The San Francisco Unified School District’s improved budget outlook is giving officials…

Gov. Christie won't back down

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is facing an uphill battle against the…

Get ready for a Thursday full of rallies in SF

On Thursday throughout the Bay Area, thousands of teachers, parents and students…