In a race with no incumbents, six candidates are running to fill two seats during an academic year upended by COVID-19.
The Berkeley School Board on Wednesday approved a general planning framework as the district gets ready for 2020-21.
Berkeley schools are undergoing identity crises as they scramble to try to keep serving all their students.
The union president called the contract proposal a “huge win” for educators.
Monday was a tumultuous day for Berkeley Unified.
For the second time this month, teachers will buck union leadership and leave administrators scrambling to deal with major absences.
With the school district and union still struggling to reach a contract agreement, teachers stayed home to ramp up the pressure.
The first big teacher rally of the school year was part dance party, part protest.
As the district recuperates from millions of dollars in budget cuts, officials are pondering three different ballot measures that would support the schools.
Wednesday is the Berkeley School Board’s last chance to approve Compass — or close REALM.
The statewide ‘Day of Action’ is promoting bills that would bring in more funding for public education and cap charter school growth.
Many Berkeley teachers are living paycheck to paycheck. Would they live in a housing complex developed by the district?