San Francisco NAACP Leaders Call For Preservation Of Controversial School MuralA plan to replace a controversial mural at a San Francisco high school is getting pushback from several local African American leaders.
Controversial George Washington Mural At San Francisco School Gets Public Viewing After Vote To Cover UpMore than 100 people walked through the halls of Washington High School Thursday to view the controversial murals that the San Francisco Unified School District board recently voted to cover up.
SFUSD Approves Covering Controversial George Washington High School MuralA decades-old mural in a San Francisco school will be removed from public view because of its depiction of Native Americans.
SFUSD Board To Decide Fate Of Controversial Mural At George Washington HighThe San Francisco Unified School District's Board of Education is expecting a crowded house during its meeting Tuesday.
San Francisco Public School Advocates Rally For $60M From Tax WindfallHundreds of San Francisco students and teachers, as well as their supporters, held a lively rally Tuesday afternoon outside of City Hall, as they sought to secure $60 million for their public schools.
San Francisco To Allow Noncitizens To Vote For School BoardSan Francisco will become the largest city in the United States and one of only a handful nationwide to allow noncitizens, including people in the country illegally, to vote in a local election in November.
SFUSD Board Member Seeks End To School Lottery SystemA member of the San Francisco Unified School District’s Board of Education is proposing that the district do away with its school lottery system.
Kids In San Francisco Bilingual Program Struggle Without Bilingual TeacherThe extended absence of a teacher for a San Francisco elementary school's Spanish-English immersion program has left young students struggling to learn with substitute teachers who are not bilingual.
Muni Officials: Service Is Normal On 1st Day Of SchoolA San Francisco Municipal Railway spokesman said bus service is operating on schedule Monday on the first day of the new school year after the city’s school district warned that bus driver shortages could cause delays.
Muni Bus Driver Shortage Prompts Schools' Warning Of Possible DelaysThe San Francisco Unified School District and some individual campuses are warning that local bus service delays could mean delays getting to and from school Monday - the district's first day of classes for the school year.
San Francisco Voters To Weigh New Parcel Tax To Help TeachersMail ballots for the June election going out next week will feature a familiar item for voters: Prop G, a parcel tax to increase pay for teachers.