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Will There Be an Oakland Teacher Strike?

Pressure is mounting as Oakland teachers and their supporters push for decreased class sizes, a 12 percent pay increase for educators, the hiring of...

Oakland Calls on State to Protect Public Schools and Students

A group of community leaders and activists came together Thursday to call on the state to increase funding for Oakland public schools and to...

Oakland Teachers, Roots School Shut Down School Board Meeting

 By Ken EpsteinFamilies and teachers from Roots International Academy, supported by hundreds of teachers and community members, shut down the Board of Education meeting...

Defend and Transform Oakland’s Public Schools

The Post Salon co-sponsored a community dialogue on schools Sunday, Dec. 9. along with Oakland Public Education Network (OPEN), Educators for Democratic Schools, the...

“Eerie Silence” to Encourage Discussion on What is Happening Around All...

Saturday, Dec. 1 in Oakland was the inaugural book signing for “Eerie Silence,” author Dr. Ammar Saheli’s first published book. Director, Minister and CEO...

Rev. Jesse Jackson Visits Oakland High School

Students at Oakland High School had a special visitor in Rev. Jesse Jackson on Friday, Nov. 30. Speaking at a student leadership class, he said,...

Teachers and School District Face  Off as Contract Showdown Looms

Teachers demonstrate for a new contract in front of  Claremont Middle School. Teachers picketed at most Oakland public schools on November 15 after months of...

Middle School Students Come Together for Women’s Empowerment Assembly

Speaker Alicia Jay talks to Westlake Middle School students at women’s empowerment assembly. The entire female student body at Westlake Middle School in Oakland recently...

State Superintendent Candidate Thurmond Outlines His Education Vision In Call With Black...

Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) recently held a media call with members of the Black press to discuss his plans for California’s education system. Thurmond...

Schools and Communities First Initiative Qualifies for November 2020 Ballot

Yesterday, Schools and Communities First, a powerful statewide coalition of nearly 300 endorsing community organizations, labor unions, business leaders, philanthropic foundations and elected officials,...
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