It’s time to stop making excuses for the racism in our schools. Here are Lowell BSU student demands and what we can do to support all students in felling welcome and valued in our schools.
Have you ever encountered a problem with someone that kept you up at night? Turns out, parenting experience can teach us a lot about how to create positive change in our schools.
This post by a fellow SFUSD parent has generated quite a bit of constructive dialogue about the “value” of affluent families in public school.
According to new research on the brain, playing music helps us learn–one of many reasons to fight for high quality music instruction in ALL our schools.
Reports like those on the a new GradeEdge website often make very good schools look “low-performing” simply because they serve low income students. This is not only unfair, it’s irresponsible because it often leads anxious parents to have incorrect negative assumptions about some very good schools.
We can make some great and positive changes if we implement the following recommendations…
Over the past few weeks there has been quite a bit of conversation on the topic of SFUSD and UESF’s budget negotiations. With the prospect of a teacher strike looming on the horizon, it is increasingly important for us all to talk about our priorities in funding education, especially from a parent perspective. Current SFUSD […]