education

5:29pm

Thu June 12, 2014
Education

CCSF stays open, but workers aren't celebrating yet

CCSF

City College of San Francisco is now able to stay open for another two years while it meets accreditation standards, according to the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges.

This is a relief for the college which has feared closure since last July, when the commission decided to terminate the college’s accreditation this coming July.

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7:00pm

Wed June 11, 2014
Education

The Hamlin School celebrates 150 years tradition and innovation

The Hamlin School on Broadway Street in Pacific Heights
Rocor https://www.flickr.com/photos/rocor/

Callie Jones is showing me how to 3D print a tiny yellow chess piece, after designing it herself on a computer. It’s her second day in the 3D printing club and she’s already a pro.

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7:00pm

Wed June 11, 2014
Education

Interview with Kathleen Cha former AAUW president

Kathleen Cha, former AAUW president, at a April 2013 conference in Hawaii
AAUW website

Education has always played a key role in social change, but it hasn’t always been equally available to both men and women. In the late 1800’s less than 1% of women between the ages of 18 to 24 were in college. College-educated women knew they were privileged, and decided to use that power to work for social justice. They created what became known as the American Association of University Women (AAUW). The San Francisco chapter is the oldest branch in California, and the third oldest in the country.

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7:00pm

Tue June 3, 2014
Education

Skyline High School music program does a lot with a little

Skyline High School Marching Band
Credit V Smoothe, Flickr

It’s 7:30 in the morning at Skyline High and the halls are humming with activity. Kids are talking and slamming lockers. It’s loud.  But one building’s playing a different tune.

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6:30pm

Tue June 3, 2014
Education

Practicing restorative justice at Oakland's Skyline High

Skyline High Pergola
Richard Spitler Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

 

Sonia Black is walking through the halls of Skyline High School, trying to get the last few kids to class.

Black is in charge of discipline and attendance for ninth and twelfth graders at Skyline. She’s been at the school for two years and this year, they’re trying something new: restorative justice.

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