By Shayna Gee On January 28, San Francisco moved to reopen some activities, an announcement made shortly after Governor NewsomRead more
Passing Proposition A would allow the city to issue a $531 million citizen bond to complete the last of its upgrades to the San Francisco Unified School District.
The previous two Prop A bonds, a $295 million bond from 2003 and a $450 million bond from 2006, have been used to revamp cafeterias, classrooms, and offices in 89 of 140 schools.
San Francisco’s old saying, “don’t call it Frisco,” was turned on its head April 29 when 2,000 San Francisco Unified School District high school seniors were bused into City College’s Multi-use building parking lot for a school orientation festival called “FRISCO Day.”Read more
Multi-Use-Building, City College, April 19, 2011 – SFUSD High School seniors bused into City College on Friday April 29 forRead more
By Nick Palm STAFF WRITER Education in the United States is in jeopardy. It’s a big enough issue that studentsRead more
he reasons behind the elimination of the JROTC by the San Francisco Board of Education was one that was thoroughly weighed out for its potential effects on the students. The virtues attributed to the JROTC are not at all virtues that are exclusive to the program, but are in fact a reflection of qualities inherent with SFUSD.Read more