San Francisco Unified: Tentative Deal Reached On Reopening Schools; No Date SetSan Francisco appears to be a step closer to reopening the city’s public schools for in-class instruction.
San Francisco Teacher Organizes Fund-Raising Effort To Help Undocumented WorkersEven before Governor Newsom promised state funds to help undocumented workers through the pandemic, hundreds of San Francisco educators pledged part of their federal stimulus checks.
Coronavirus: San Francisco Educators, Supervisor Encourage Nightly Applause For Frontline WorkersThe United Educators of San Francisco (UESF) and a city supervisor are asking residents to show loud support for all workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic with a nightly applause around the city.
State Educators Applaud No Child Left Offline Initiative To Expand Technology In The ClassroomAs part of his No Child Left Offline initiative, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson has created a task force which he said recommends the expansion of technology in the classroom.
Tentative Contract Reached Between SFUSD And Teachers’ UnionSan Francisco teachers won't be getting a pay raise, but their union and the school district have reached a tentative agreement that will eliminate most furlough days and return laid off teachers to work.
San Francisco Public School Teachers Taking Strike Vote This Week San Francisco's public school teachers plan to take an initial strike vote on Thursday after last week's declaration of an impasse over contract negotiations.