Community members, speaking at last Sunday’s Post Salon Community Assembly, are calling on the Oakland Board of Education to conduct a transparent and inclusive process to pick a new school district superintendent to replace Antwan [...]
A raíz del anuncio del Supt. Antwan Wilson de Oakland Unified School District que renuncia, efectivo en febrero, los padres, maestros y miembros de la comunidad están pidiendo a la Junta de Educación adoptar un [...]
Oakland City Council unanimously passed a ‘sanctuary city’ resolution, reaffirming that the city will protect its immigrant and undocumented residents from deportations in the face of president-elect Donald Trump’s anti-immigration threats. &nb
In the wake of Oakland Unified School District Supt. Antwan Wilson’s announcement that he is resigning, effective in February, parents, teachers and community members are asking the Board of Education to adopt a search process [...]
Castlemont High School in East Oakland and McClymonds High School in West Oakland will compete for the Oakland Athletic League (OL) Silver Bowl championship, Friday, Nov 25, at 3:15 p.m.at Laney College, 900 Fallon [...]
The next Post Salon, Sunday, Dec. 4, will discuss two important question: What would a Public Bank mean for Oakland, and how should Oakland go about picking a new schools’ superintendent?
Ending months of rumors that he was applying for jobs at school districts around the country, Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Superintendent Antwan Wilson announced this week that he is quitting after two-and-a-half years [...]
By Kharyshi Wiginton You said you wanted to be reelected. You said you had the honor and privilege to serve in this role. You said you were unbought and that you’re ready for four more [...]
By Ash Solar, Executive Director, GO Public Schools Oakland With the election behind us, and national issues aside for a moment, the question is: Now what? As someone who cares deeply about students in [...]
In the final days before Oaklanders go to the polls, the California Charter Schools Association (CCSA), funded by pro-charter school billionaires, is sending out negative mailers to voters’ homes.