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Oakland Schools Salute Over 1,000 High Achieving African American Students

More than 1,000 high-achieving Oakland students were honored this week at the 2014 African-American Honor Roll celebration, hosted by the Oakland Unified School District’s...

Teacher Workforce Lacks Diversity, Damaging Student Achievement

While America’s public schools are becoming increasingly more diverse, a new report released by the Center for American Progress finds that nearly every state...

Oakland Recognizes High Achieving Students

The Oakland City Council recognized some of the city’s top students at this week’s council meeting, paying tribute to the young people, who “through...

OP-ED: The Race Problem Facing Black Youth

By Rev. Dr. Willie A. Douglas There have been numerous reports and surveys regarding race relations in America. After reviewing these studies, one would believe...

Justin Shelmire Achieves Perfect Attendance

Justin Shelmire, a senior at American Indian High School, has had perfect attendance since entering Kindergarten in the fall of 2001 and will be...

Movement Begins Against Increased Standardized Testing of Teachers

It’s tough and expensive to become a teacher. For most people in California it now requires five different standardized tests, a year of classes...

Stockton School District Approves Weeklong 6th Grade Science Camp

Lincoln Unified School District trustees last week approved funding to send all of the district's sixth-graders to a weeklong science camp at Jones Gulch...

Student Veterans Meet with President Napolitano

UC President Janet Napolitano this week announced the formation of a systemwide veterans’ advisory group to address the unique challenges of resuming higher education...

OP-ED: When You’re Black in America, School Choice Matters

By Howard FullerBlack Alliance for Educational OptionsThis piece is being written in celebration of National School Choice WeekIt is extremely important for all of...

Local Educators Work to Overcome Obstacles to Student Success

Oakland needs a “racially, ethnically and linguistically diverse teaching force that reflects” the students who attend the city’s schools, said Dr. Kimberly Mayfield Lynch,...
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