The longest-running high school rowing program in Northern California heads to the Scholastic Rowing Association of America national championships.
More students and staff are testing positive for COVID-19 again due to a surge fueled by omicron subvariants.
Families interested in bilingual English-French education can now start kids in PreK through Grade 2 or wait until middle school.
Led by seventh-grader Jayce Cooper, students at Longfellow Middle School chanted pro-choice slogans in a small demonstration on Thursday.
Rubén Aurelio is the second high-level administrator to take a superintendent job at another district next year.
Joaquín Rivera has been on the ACOE board since 2010, and said this will be his last term.
Enikia Ford Morthel has been selected to succeed Brent Stephens, pending official approval May 18.
Sue Britson launched the Step One School on Spruce Street in 1981 as a place for young Berkeley kids to learn through play. Now generations of families are saying goodbye.
BUSD saw a 14% turnover rate last year despite a $3,000 to $6,500 pay increase from Measure E. Next year, half of the district’s physics teachers will be new.
Students and faculty are rallying against class cuts at a time when enrollment has fallen steeply but state funding still flows at pre-pandemic levels.