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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.

Many students, wearing backpacks, walk across a college campus. A large sign says, 'San Francisco State University.'

Thousands of Cal State Faculty Launch Rolling 1-Day Walkouts in Fight for Higher Pay

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From Housing to Supplies: How One California Principal is Making a Difference

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Is New State Construction Bond Measure Enough to Help Fix Scores of Dilapidated Schools in Rural California?

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How One LA Teacher Uses Jazz to Explore California History, Race and Culture

SF State Faculty and Students Rally Against Layoffs, Class Cuts Planned for Spring

Middle school-aged kids sit at a laptop in a classroom.

California Schools Will Require Students to Learn to ID Fake News, Misinformation

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Community College Professors Allege New Diversity Policies Infringe on Academic Freedom

A darkened walkway at Cesar Chavez Elementary School in East San José.

Amid Backlash, Conservative Groups Target South Bay School Board Seats

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Nationwide ACT Test Scores Drop to 30-Year Low

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