After a protest that led to City College of San Francisco students being pepper sprayed and arrested on campus Thursday, students and faculty came to City Hall on Friday to continue their call for the reinstatement of the school’s elected board of trustees.
A peaceful rally at City College of San Francisco turned violent on Thursday, as a group of protesters attempted to enter the school’s administration building, Conlan Hall, only to be met by campus police.
Parents in one Oakland neighborhood said they are outraged as Alameda County looks to move a probation office next to two schools.
About 300 college students from San Jose boarded buses Monday and traveled to Sacramento to urge lawmakers to favor a bill allowing community colleges to offer four-year degrees, a spokesman said.
The secretary of state announced Monday that backers of the proposed measure to put a referendum on November’s ballot to overturn a law allowing transgender students a choice on which restrooms and locker rooms to use, didn’t gain enough signatures.
Voters would reconsider affirmative action programs at California’s public universities in November under a proposed constitutional amendment approved by the state Senate.
An after school counselor at a middle school in San Jose is under arrest, after authorities said he sold marijuana to students.
Alma Flor Ada, Ph.D., Professor of Education, Emeritus at the University of San Francisco, expects high demand for educators for years to come.
Cindy Fassler, vice president and chief talent officer at Professional Career Advancements in San Francisco, expects the hiring trend for managers from a variety of industries to be strong all year.
Linda Fodrini-Johnson offers insight on her background and career advice for people interested in a position in elder care services.