CCSF Faculty Goes On Strike For First Time In Their Union's HistoryCity College of San Francisco faculty members went on strike Wednesday morning for the first time in their union's history to protest the administration's salary offer to teachers.
Group Of Marin County Student Volunteers Survives Deadly Ecuador EarthquakeA group of students and teachers at Redwood High School in Marin County are safe after returning from earthquake ravaged Ecuador.
Students Claim Teacher Tenure Can Harm Education, Judges DisagreeAt issue are the rules for teacher tenure in California and how that can affect a school's ability to fire bad teachers.
California Teachers: Campaign Causing Negative Impact In K-12 ClassroomsMore than six months before the presidential election, teachers from California and across the country are saying the campaign is having a negative effect on children and classrooms, particularly among minority students.
Stanford Sex Assaults Underestimated In Survey, Students SayStanford students say a previous survey dramatically underestimates the extent of the sexual assault problem on campus, and are calling for a new one following the conviction of a prominent swim team member.
San Francisco Fire Department Celebrating 150 Years Of Saving LivesSan Francisco’s Fire Department is celebrating 150 years of saving lives in the city with a new logo.
Big Jump In Homelessness For California Students; Wealthy Districts No ExceptionCalifornia schools are seeing a big jump in the number of homeless students, and wealthy districts like many of those in the Bay Area are no exception.
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.
Students Caught Sexting In California Could Be Expelled Under New ProposalCalifornia high school students caught sexting could soon be suspended, or even expelled.
Four Female UC Berkeley Students Possibly Drugged At Two FraternitiesFour female students at the University of California at Berkeley are believed to have been drugged at two different fraternities on Friday evening, university police said Thursday.
SF Officials Consider Plan To Give Condoms To Middle School StudentsThe San Francisco Unified School District is stirring up controversy with a proposed plan to distribute condoms at middle schools.
Google Accused Of Invading Students' Privacy In Complaint To FedsGoogle is being accused of invading the privacy of students using laptop computers powered by the Internet company's Chrome operating system.

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