Tag Archives: Education

Laney College, located next to Lake Merritt, serves nearly 12,000 students in Oakland and is the largest of the four Peralta Colleges. Photo courtesy of Verde Design.

Peralta Colleges Receive Accreditation Warnings

    Laney College, Merritt College, College of Alameda and Berkeley City College – the four community colleges that make up the Peralta Community College District – have been issued warnings and imposed probations by [...]
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OP-ED: Greek Organizations Help Black Students on the Path to College

By Troy Williams   A few days ago, I was introduced to a group of Black Greek letter organizations.   Initially, I assumed the organization was comprised of Blacks with Greek heritage but quickly learned [...]
A group of young women from McClymonds High School who will be attending the cross country trip to South Africa this summer.

Help McClymonds Students Travel to South Africa

Special to the Post   One week before their Transatlantic educational visit to South Africa, a group of McClymonds students, mentors, and teachers known as “Culture Keepers” are continuing their work to make their summer [...]
USF artist Estria Miyashiro '92 and students paint a mural depicting Hawaiian culture and lore.

USF Students Transformed by Artist’s Mission to Serve the Underserved

Josue Rojas met acclaimed USF graffiti-style muralist Estria Miyashiro ’92 at a pivotal moment, perhaps the most pivotal moment of his life. He was surrounded by violence and hanging with the wrong crowd. Today, Rojas [...]
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OUSD Proposes to Change Fremont High School’s Name to Innovation High

By Quenajonay Frazier, Green & Gold   Fremont High will no longer be Fremont High after next year — it will be called Innovation School of Oakland.   This change is one of many outlined [...]
Fremont High School Media Academy juniors Kammi Bauzon and Willie Williams spoke on NBC News in 2014.

Fremont High’s Student-run Newspaper Shuts Down After 104 Years

Fremont High School in East Oakland has shut down its award winning school newspaper, the “Green & Gold,” which has been training young writers and reporting school news for the past 104 years.
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Free Summer Lunch Program

City of Oakland, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) and Alameda County Community Food Bank recently announced joint summer meal programs to provide local children free breakfast, lunch and snack during the school break.