Peralta Community Colleges To Erase $2.8 Million In Student Debt, Increase Future Aid with Federal GrantMore than $12 million in federal relief funds for the Peralta Community College District will wipe out the debt for thousands of East Bay college students and provide additional future financial aid, the district announced Monday.
SF Board of Education President Denounces 'Zoom Bomb' AttackSan Francisco Board of Education President Gabriela Lopez on Thursday denounced an attack by a hacker made during a San Francisco Unified School District committee meeting.
Facing $125 Million Deficit, SFUSD Officials Work On Budget PlanAs the San Francisco Unified School District faces a growing budget deficit, district officials and the Board of Education on Tuesday said they're continuing to work on a budget balancing plan, which is set to be reviewed by the state's Department of Education next month.
Oakland Tech Students Walk Out to Protest District's Sexual Harassment PolicyHundreds of Oakland Tech High School students walked out of class late Wednesday morning to protest claims that Oakland Unified officials are ignoring complaints of sexual harassment and assault.
COVID: Arrival Of Kids Vaccines Prompts Calls To End Mask Mandate In K-12 SchoolsThe arrival of vaccine doses for 5-to 11-year-olds is prompting parents, and respected doctors to ask, ‘when will masks come off in schools?’
UC Hastings Seeks To Remove Name Of Founder Who Funded Native American Massacres In 1850sThe University of California Hastings College of the Law will work on removing the name of its founder, who sponsored massacres of Native Americans in the 1850s, the board of directors voted Tuesday.
Embattled East Bay School Board President Faces Recall DriveVolunteers have begun collecting signatures to recall embattled Antioch school board president Ellie Householder.
Tamalpais High in Mill Valley Renames Campus Building for Beloved School EmployeeFamily, friends, alumni, staff and current students came together at Tamalpais High School on Saturday to celebrate the career of a retired employee who served her community for almost 50 years.
SRA: Burlingame High Counselor Helps First-Generation Students Navigate College SystemCollege can be a struggle for first-generation students and students of color. Earvin Buckner experienced the process first hand, and now he's determined to help others navigate higher education.
Pleasanton Teachers Rally After Failed Negotiation SessionPleasanton Unified School District teachers on the verge of a labor strike have been rallying at the school district offices in Pleasanton this week, most recently on Thursday following an unsuccessful negotiation session on Tuesday.
'Disturbing And Unacceptable' - Pittsburg High School Student Found Wearing KKK Costume On CampusA high school community in the East Bay is reeling Thursday after a student was found wearing a Ku Klux Klan costume on campus.
UPDATE: Oakland School Board Reinstates Popular Police Mentoring ProgramA week after voting to cancel a popular mentoring program for Black youth, the Oakland school board has reversed course.
COVID: Oakland Unified Sets January Deadline For Students 12 And Up To Be Fully VaccinatedStudents 12 and older in the Oakland Unified School District will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend in-person classes starting in January, following a close vote by the school board Wednesday night.
COVID: Masks At Schools Likely To Stay Into New Year, State Health Officials SayState public health officials said Wednesday that indoor mask requirements in schools are likely to remain in place into 2022, but could be modified as more students get vaccinated against COVID-19.
San Francisco Supervisors Approve Permanent Non-Citizen Voting In Board of Education ElectionsSan Francisco Supervisors on Tuesday voted unanimously permanently allow non-citizens to vote in Board of Education elections, updating a voter-approved ballot measure from five years ago.