Ka’Dijah Brown, Mike Chang, Tatiana Guerreiro Ramos, Norma Harrison, Reichi Lee and Jennifer Shanoski are running for three seats on the BUSD school board.
Meet your school board candidates in Berkeley’s November 2022 election.
The deadline for all election-related op-eds is Sept. 25. We are limiting the number of op-eds we’ll publish.
Who’s spending the most on the city’s elections? How does Berkeley’s public matching fund program work? And other campaign finance essentials.
Six candidates, including one incumbent, are vying for three seats on the Berkeley Unified school board. Julie Sinai and Ty Alper are not running for re-election.
The new school year brings looser COVID-19 restrictions, with less testing and more field trips and classroom visitors.
Alper and Sinai have already endorsed their picks among the candidates running for the three at-large school board seats on the ballot in November.
In the June primary, voters will choose between L.K. Monroe and Alysse Castro for county superintendent. Here’s a guide to understanding how the office works.
A private legal memo — inadvertently posted on a school board meeting agenda — advised the board on the legal risks of keeping its at-large election system.
Ka’Dijah Brown, the board’s leader since December, shared her views on racism in Berkeley schools and decisions the board could have made differently.
Matthew Bissell was finally served on Aug. 19, two months after the lawsuit was initially filed.
Berkeley Unified has agreed to settle a 2017 lawsuit alleging it failed to provide an appropriate education for students with dyslexia.