Gavin Newsom Pushes Back At Trump's Attacks On Sanctuary CitiesThe man who wants to be California’s next governor pushing back at the next president, and the incoming Trump administration’s threat to sanctuary cities.
Californians Reject English Mandate In Public Schools, Approve Prop 58California voters have repealed a nearly two-decade-old mandate that English learners be taught almost exclusively in English in school.
Foreign Students Denied Entry To U.S. Over Worries Of Potential 'Visa Mill' SchoolsAmong foreigners it’s no secret - a student visa can be a ticket to a job in the U.S. The recent terror attacks in Paris and San Bernardino have prompted Homeland Security to crack down on potential immigration cheaters.
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.
AP Exclusive: Most Sex Offender Parolees Exempt From School BanThree-quarters of California's paroled sex offenders previously banned from living near parks, schools and other places where children congregate now face no housing restrictions after the state changed its policy in response to a court ruling that said the prohibition only applies to child molesters.
Open Space Bond Rejected, Several Incumbents Lose In San Mateo County ElectionIn San Mateo County's first all-mail election, voters in San Carlos solidly rejected a bond measure to finance the purchase of open space.
Middletown Students Return To School After Devastating Valley FireStudents in Middletown are going back to school Monday for the first time since the devastating Valley Fire.
San Francisco Clinical Psychologist Credits Education For Successful CareerDr. Neil Kobrin is President of the Academy of Mindful Psychology and is also in private practice, he fully credits his education for his successful career.
Mysterious Donor Gives $34M To Oakland Schools, NonprofitsAn anonymous person has donated $34 million dollars to the Oakland Unified School District and dozens of nonprofit organizations to help children and low-income entrepreneurs.
California Assembly Passes Strict School Vaccination Bill; Awaits Gov. Brown SignatureCalifornia's Assembly has approved a hotly contested bill requiring that nearly all public schoolchildren be vaccinated, ending personal belief and religious exemptions.
Despite Nationwide Backlash California Education Officials Stave Off Dissent Over Common CoreWhile the Common Core education standards provoked political backlash and testing boycotts around the country this year, the state that educates more public school children than any other -- California -- was conspicuously absent from the debate.
Student Dumped From Wheelchair Files Lawsuit Against Oakland School DistrictAn Oakland High School student who was dumped out of his wheelchair by a campus security guard last year has filed a lawsuit against the school district.

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