@SFUnified during #Omicron… If you want to know what it’s like in classrooms, ask people who work there, not folks who do press conferences. (This
Reguar Board Meeting on September 28th, 2021 I’m going to try to start blogging meetings again to help folks stay up to date on key
Parents have a right to be involved in their children’s education, especially during distance learning.
While we all know school and family partnerships have big impacts on student achievement, many of us, including educators, don’t know that parental involvement isn’t
Let’s work together to ensure planning includes educators, family leaders, and all our community partners. At the last Joint Select Committee Meeting, the SF Department
Commissioners and staff have been listening to with families, and students and educators with educators to create an improved learning experience for students this fall
I firmly stand behind my vote to paint down the Life of Washington Murals. I don’t need white (and Asian) alumni, many of whom graduated
Teaching and learning in a time of Coronavirus, an educator perspective — By Karen Zapata The words distance learning and online teaching should not be
Currently, not all children are receiving a proper education on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As I work on changing this practice in our district, I’ll be “home-schooling” my kids on this important history with this great list of resources from Shana V. White Ed.S
I am so excited about the work going on in SFUSD’s Curriculum and Instruction Department! Last week, staff made a presentation to the Curriculum Committee
Last year in 2018, 153 students took part as artists in the Arts Festival. We have 54,000 students in SFUSD. That means the percentage of student artists who took part in last year’s Art Festival was only .02%! With numbers like these, many folks are wondering: Is the money we spend on events like the SFUSD Arts Festival really worth it if they reach so few students?