A cohort of new San Francisco teachers is eligible for as many as three years of assistance to overcome one of the most significant hurdles to teaching in the Bay Area: housing.
The Bay Area Discovery Museum this week was awarded $380,000 from 100Kin10 to fund a mobile engineering lab to serve the Bay Area’s pre-K through fifth grade classrooms.
By Jonathan Morales , SFSU News San Francisco State University has dedicated the George and Judy Marcus Athletics Performance Center, cutting the ribbon on a new facility that will provide a state-of-the-art workout facility for [...]
By Jumoke and Sharon Parmet, The Herald and University of Illinois News Doctors at the University of Ibadan in partnership with the University of Illinois, Chicago, USA and University of Loyola, Chicago have discovered a [...]
By Sarah Hillenbrand, Lawrence Hall of Science News When Josh Miele was growing up, he wanted to be a physicist. But a family friend said, “He can’t be a physicist because physicists write on [...]
San Francisco students walked out of class Friday, taking to the streets and blocking traffic to protest police killing of Mario Woods. San Francisco students walked out of class Friday, taking to the streets [...]
Reading Partners, a national nonprofit that trains community volunteers to provide students with proven, individualized reading support, urgently needs more community members to join its efforts.
By Shanthi Gonzales, Many of you have heard about the Superintendent’s proposal to create a common enrollment system that includes charter schools along with OUSD schools.
By Marianne Favro, NBC News Hundreds of parents pulled their kids out of school Monday in the San Lorenzo Unified School District and are calling on others to do the same thing on Tuesday.
The Afrikan Black Coalition, the largest statewide coalition of Black students, recently reported on the $25 million investment in private prisons and $425 million investment in Wells Fargo by the University of California (“UC”).