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Our education coverage examines the inequities students face in Bay Area and California schools, and reports on what it will take to educate the next generation.

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Huge Workload, Low Pay: Close to Half of California Teachers Thinking About Leaving the Profession

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Transcript: Prop. 28 Would Provide Dedicated Arts Education Funding

FAFSA Opens Oct. 1. Here's What You Need to Know About Applications for Federal Student Aid

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How One Oakland School Is Using California's Billion-Dollar Investment in Student Mental Health

“A young white woman with blond-brown hair pulled back in a ponytail and tortoiseshell glasses leans down toward a seated female student with similar hair, pointing her pinky finger at a computer screen as the girl looks on. In the foreground, slightly blurry, is a boy with short brown hair sitting at the next computer. The blurred background indicates a clean and brightly lit elementary school classroom, with a bright blue board on the far wall.”

Teacher Shortages Felt Most Acutely in Lower-Income School Districts, Survey Reveals

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Biden Is Canceling up to $10K in Student Loans, $20K for Pell Grant Recipients

CA “Megafloods” | Literacy with Dave Eggers & 826 Valencia

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California's $2.7 Billion Plan to Expand Transitional Kindergarten Is Off to an Uneven Start

A woman with a black headscarf and white shirt sits in a bench in front of a library

Fear of Taliban Leads Afghan Scholars to Seek Safe Haven in the US

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