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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.

An Oakland Mom's Death from COVID: How Two Women are Trying to Fill Her Shoes

Schools Can Reopen Safely If They Follow Protocols, According to UCSF Study

How High School Students Launched Their Own #MeToo Movement During the Pandemic

For Oakland Student and Her Teacher, Graduation Means Both Celebration and Loss

Student delegate Kathya Correa Almanza speaks during a rally at Lowell High School on Feb. 5, 2021, against recent racist incidents at the school.

How San Francisco's Student Delegates Redefined What Youth Leadership Looks Like

Newsom Proposes a Return to In-Person Learning Beginning Next School Year

Tontra Love, a T-K (transitional kindergarten) teacher at Sequoia Elementary School in Oakland, reads to her students at the end of class on Tuesday, September 6, 2016.

Newsom Proposes Universal Transitional Kindergarten, New Programs for Low-Income Students

CCSF Approves Plan to Avoid Layoffs — SF Mulls Permanent Fund for Threatened Classes

CCSF Faculty May Trade Layoffs for Across-the-Board Salary Cuts

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