Mayor Breed to Forgive $26 Million of SFUSD's DebtAs the San Francisco Unified School District faces a $125 million deficit, San Francisco Mayor London Breed said on Friday she will move to forgive a $26.6 million loan provided to the district back in 2019.
SF Board of Education Commits To In-Person Learning For All Students In FallThe San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously on Tuesday to commit to returning all public school students to in-person learning in August, at the start of the 2021-2022 school year.
San Francisco Middle, High School Students Will Not Return To Classrooms Until The FallDespite pleas from parents, students and city officials, the San Francisco Board Of Education has voted unanimously to delay in-class instructions for middle and high school students until the fall of 2021.
Update: San Francisco School Board Votes To Rescind Controversial School Renaming PlanThe San Francisco school board will likely rescind their controversial decision to rename dozens of schools in the district during their meeting Tuesday evening.
San Francisco Schools Superintendent Announces Retirement Amid Battle Over Class ReopeningsSan Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews announced Wednesday he was stepping down from his post amid an ongoing and contentious battle over reopening the city's public schools for in-class instruction.
San Francisco To Offer Voluntary In-Person Summer School ClassesIn the wake of hammering out a school reopening timetable, San Francisco city officials unveiled a plan Wednesday for privately-funded, in-person summer classes to help students catch-up on their academics after nearly a year of remote learning.
Update: San Francisco Turns Up Legal Pressure On District Officials To Reopen Public SchoolsCity officials turned up the legal pressure Tuesday on San Francisco Unified School District administrators to accelerate plans to reopen schools that have been shuttered for nearly a year in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
San Francisco Teachers Union, School District Reach Tentative Agreement On COVID-19 Reopening ProtocolsAfter numerous bargaining sessions and mounting pressure from parents and city officials, the union representing San Francisco's public school teachers and the school district announced Sunday they have reached a tentative agreement on the protocol to return to in-classroom instruction.
San Francisco Mayor Breed Criticizes Timing Of SFUSD Plan To Rename SchoolsMayor London Breed on Wednesday offered some sharp criticism of the timing as the San Francisco Unified School District moved forward with a plan to change the names of 44 schools named after problematic historical figures by April.
Critics Say Group Tasked With Renaming San Francisco Schools Needs To Do Its HomeworkThe San Francisco Unified School District Board will soon be presented with a list of 44 schools that may merit renaming after ordering the study in 2018 to make sure none of their schools were named after people with objectionable pasts.
COVID School Plan: San Francisco Rolls Out Teacher, Employee Testing Plan; Reopening DelayedSchool teachers and district employees preparing San Francisco public schools for reopening will be provided with COVID testing in the days leading up to a reopening date which has now on hold.
Plan to Return San Francisco Students to Classrooms in January Nixed by School DistrictThe goal was to start reopening San Francisco schools on January 25 but, according to the district, it just can’t meet the latest round of demands from the teachers union.
COVID Reopenings: San Francisco Officials Launch Online Dashboard To Allow Parents To Track School OpeningSan Francisco health officials have launched an online dashboard that allows parents at a glance to see updated reopening information on their child's school.
Push Underway To Take Junipero Serra, George Washington, Francis Scott Key Names Off San Francisco SchoolsThe battle over renaming schools honoring slave owners and other figures is getting attention in a different way. Even before the latest “Black Lives Matter” protests across the country, San Francisco Unified Schools officials implemented steps to take a closer look at controversial school names.
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