My “great idea” of bringing Black families together was not met with open arms by all staff at my daughters’ school. Despite some initial pushback, though, I’m starting to see positive change.

Family communication is often the last priority when implementing programs. Here are recommendations for educators to better inform and engage families

I recently became the proud mother of two middle school students. We all know the transition from elementary to middle school is a big one for kids. I’m realizing this transition is a big one for families too. With that in mind, I’m taking time to write down my experience in the hope that it will help other educators and parents can better partner with one another to ensure our kids success as they embark of the fun, stressful, exciting and crazy ride that is the middle school experience.

Despite the district’s new nutrition policy, my girls brought home a truckload of sugar! Why is the district policy such a well-kept secret?

10 questions to for Black families to ensure our culture is valued and visible in all our schools.

Why we can’t talk about honors without understanding the concept of structural racism and how it plays out in our schools.

Learn how the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) will change funding for CA public schools. Learn more about the new funding formula and find out how SFUSD is gathering input from families to create its Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).