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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.

Why Revamping the Way California Teaches Math Is So Contentious

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UC Officially Ditches All Tests for Undergraduate Admissions

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Berkeley High's Dana Moran Was Teaching Ethnic Studies Decades Before California Required It

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'Representation Matters': The Case for More Black Counselors in K-12 Schools

The SFUSD Board Recall Election is Set. We Revisit Student Voices

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SF School Board Recall Funded Mostly by Local Donors, With Venture Capitalists Topping the List

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Why California's Universal Transitional Kindergarten Plan Poses a Threat to Some Early Childhood Ed Providers

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California School Districts Fear Major Budget Cuts as Enrollments Drop

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‘It's a Question of Competence’: San Francisco to Hold Recall Election of 3 School Board Members

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