The school board will consider the data next November when voting on whether to leave in place the current two-zone enrollment policy or replace it with a new policy.
Community members are invited to voice their opinions in a series of town halls. Students won’t see changes until 2023.
After 18 months, all Berkeley schools opened for full, in-person school today. Here’s what it looked like.
With pressure mounting for schools to address learning loss, BUSD takes care to prioritize socio-emotional enrichment.
Five Berkeley educators nominated by parents and principals for their perseverance and commitment to kids during the pandemic.
Though attendance is up and there are fewer chronically absent students, some students have missed nearly a year of school.
During the fall semester, middle and high school student grades improved overall, but there were also more Ds and Fs.
Over 150 families showed up at Civic Center Park Thursday. By 3:30 p.m., the clinic had distributed 114 doses and had nearly run out of vaccines for the day.
Smaller classes and more electives are also in store, but the community remains divided on how best to address persistent disparities.
In a race with no incumbents, six candidates are running to fill two seats during an academic year upended by COVID-19.
Board member Ka’Dijah Brown emphasized that renaming of the schools is only a small step in the district’s work to address systemic racism.
Berkeley school news — in brief.