San Francisco Teacher Defends Lesson Plan Calling Trump Racist, SexistA San Francisco high school teacher calling President-elect Donald Trump racist and sexist in her lesson plans is the truth and her right.
Bill Allowing SFUSD To Build Teacher Housing Goes To Governor’s DeskA bill that would allow the San Francisco Unified School District to develop employee housing on district property passed the state Assembly Wednesday and is headed to the governor’s desk.
San Francisco Schools Superintendent Carranza To Leave For Houston JobSan Francisco Unified School District superintendent Richard Carranza announced Wednesday that he has accepted an offer to lead the Houston Independent School District.
SFUSD: Campuses Are Safe Amid Threats To Los Angeles, NYC SchoolsFollowing a reported threat that led to the closure of all schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District on Tuesday, San Francisco police and school district officials said that no threats have been made locally but that officers will increase their presence in and around campuses as a precaution.
NYC Schools Join San Francisco, Will Offer Computer Science To All StudentsThe nation’s largest school district will reportedly make computer science courses available to all students, joining public schools in San Francisco and Chicago.
It's Back-To-School For Many Bay Area KidsIn San Francisco, thousands of kids were back in class.
San Francisco Unified Defies State Law, Awarding 107 Diplomas After Exit Exam CancelledThousands of California high school students still don't have their diplomas, after the state abruptly canceled the exit exam they were supposed to take. In San Francisco, the school district has awarded diplomas, ignoring state law.
San Francisco School District Approves $65,000 Raise For Superintendent, Teachers LamentThe school board voted unanimously to approve a 25 percent raise over three years for Superintendent Richard Carranza, a move drawing criticism from teachers.
How Bay Area School Districts Are Coping With The Growing Number Of Homeless Students More than 20,000 Bay Area schoolchildren are learning tough life lessons beyond the classroom because they are homeless. So just how are local school districts coping with this record number of homeless students?
San Francisco Public Schools ‘Get Adopted’ By Bay Area Tech CompaniesThe Circle the Schools initiative uses an adopt-a-school model to connect San Francisco-based companies with schools.
Jefferson Award Winner Helps San Francisco’s Youth Succeed In CollegeThis week’s Jefferson Award winner has been an Air Force Sergeant, a youth pastor, and a systems and network engineer. That career path has helped Sonya Brunswick change young people's lives today.
Hundreds Of SF Teachers Skip School Ahead Of Thanksgiving HolidayThe San Francisco Unified School District was forced to scramble for substitutes Tuesday as 432 teachers either called in sick or took a personal day ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.