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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.

UC to Limit Where Academic Departments Can Post Opinions Online

Gender Law Praised by LGBTQ Groups, but Conservatives Claim It Violates Parents' Rights

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Budget Would Require Districts to Post Plans to Educate Kids in Emergencies

Lawmakers Vote to Ask Californians Permission to Borrow $20 Billion for Climate, Schools

Proposed $10 Billion Bond Could Favor Wealthier School Districts, Critics Argue

School officials are sitting behind desks with a microphone in front of them.

Recall of 2 Sunol School Board Members Appears Headed to Victory

State Authorities Agree to More Hands-On Approach to Tracking Discrimination in California Schools

Coach Yoshihiro "Yosh" Uchida standing in front a case of judo medals outside the dojo in a building named after him at San Jose State.

Yoshihiro Uchida, San José State Coach Who Took Judo to Olympic Stage, Dies at 104

A small Asian boy runs, smiling, under a multicolored parachute, as his mother and another younger boy watch.

How This Classroom on Wheels Is Meeting Oakland's Unhoused Kids Where They Are

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Here's What You Should Know About California's Budget Deal

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