Education

2:10pm

Fri March 15, 2013
Education

Youth Radio: Undocumented teens out of the shadows at last

Marco Perez, a senior at Roosevelt High School, gained confidence from the school’s Dreamers Club.
Mitzy Ballesteros

Seventeen-year-old Marco Pérez seems like an ordinary teenager. He wakes early each morning and rides his bicycle to Theodore Roosevelt High School. As a senior, he is applying to college. Yet he has a challenge unlike those of most other college-bound students. He is a “dreamer,” an undocumented immigrant student with dreams of legalizing his immigration status in the United States.

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1:54pm

Fri March 15, 2013
Education

City College of San Francisco stands to lose accreditation

Mary Willis

A decision is due today on the issue of whether City College of San Francisco will lose its accreditation. City College of San Francisco students, teachers, and staff launched a rally outside City Hall on Thursday to express their growing concerns with the college's administration and possible shutdown.

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7:07am

Wed March 13, 2013

4:51pm

Tue February 12, 2013
Education

Here's the drill: inside a school lockdown

Brett Myers Youth Radio

As recently as a year ago, schools across the country, including the middle school in San Francisco where I used to teach, were toning down security. But since the school shooting in Newtown, school districts across the San Francisco Bay Area are ramping up safety measures.

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2:40pm

Wed February 6, 2013
Education

Lessons for inside and outside the classroom

American Indian Model School students
http://www.aimschools.org/aiphs_welcome.shtml

American Indian Public Charter School II in Oakland might be closing, despite its high achieving students. School administrators were found to have improperly used millions of dollars in school funds – and recently, its charter designation was revoked. 

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