Judge Orders UC Berkeley To Freeze Campus Enrollment An Alameda County Superior Court judge has ordered UC-Berkeley to freeze campus enrollment at the 2020-21 level in a dispute with neighbors over its plans to expand.
COVID: Outbreak Shuts Down Classroom At Foster City Elementary SchoolA COVID outbreak at a Bay Area school has forced a classroom to close. The shutdown has affected a lot more families outside that classroom.
$17 Million Deal For Naming Rights To Cal Memorial Stadium Paid Entirely In CryptocurrencyThe Cal Bears will make history when the season kicks off on September 4 in the newly renamed FTX Field at the California Memorial Stadium.
COVID: CSU Chico Data Breach Leaks Student Requests For Religious ExemptionsPersonal information from students at California State University, Chico who requested a religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine has been posted online after an apparent data breach.
San Francisco Unified Seeks Nearly $3M For Air Purifiers Amid Wildfires, COVID-19San Francisco Unified School District officials are looking into spending $2.9 million on portable air purifiers to combat poor air quality from wildfires, district officials said on Monday.
COVID: Marin Health Officials Urge Masking Indoors & Outdoors At SchoolsWith the school year underway, health officials in Marin County urged students and their families, along with staff, to wear masks on campus, both indoors and outdoors.
COVID Recovery: Students Cheer Return of In-Person Classes at San Jose State UniversitySan Jose State University welcomed tens of thousands of students back to campus for in-person learning Thursday with fanfare, mask-wearing and a mix of worry and optimism.
COVID: New Safety Protocols Await Students, Parents On First Day Of School In San JoseThe first day of 100% in-person classes for San Jose Unified is Wednesday, August 18 and safety measures will be in place to try and keep everyone healthy.
Expansion of Transitional Kindergarten Could Present Problems for Some ParentsThanks to an expansion of transitional kindergarten by Governor Gavin Newsom and state legislators, all four-year-olds California will be able to enroll in publicly-funded school for free, regardless of income.
Judge Tosses Former School Board VP's $87 Million Lawsuit Against SFUSDJudge Haywood Gilliam, Jr. said in his ruling on Monday that the claims by Alison Collins, who was vice president of the San Francisco school board, had no merit and there was no need to argue the case in court.
Oakland Substitute Teachers Getting Back Pay After Arbitrator Rules District Violated AgreementAn arbitrator in a dispute between the Oakland Unified School District and its teachers' union ruled that the district violated an agreement with the union and must provide back pay to substitute teachers.
27,000 West Contra Costa Unified Students Return For In-Person LearningMore than 27,000 students and 3,000 staff members on Monday are heading back to classrooms in the West Contra Costa Unified School District.
San Francisco Public Schools Welcome Back Students To Full-Time Classes For 1st Time in 18 MonthsStudents in San Francisco are heading back to fully reopened schools full-time for the first time in 18 months on Monday.
COVID: SF Health Officials Confident Students, Teachers Can Safely Return To SchoolAt high schools across San Francisco, freshmen and sophomores will both be stepping into new territory. After a year and a half of Zoom school, Wednesday was sophomore orientation day at Galileo High School.
After-School Shooting Near Oakland Tech HighGunfire erupted near Oakland Tech High School on Wednesday afternoon, just minutes after students were dismissed, according police. There were unconfirmed reports that 8 to 10 shoots were fired, and witnesses posted videos of panicked students running.