Matt Wayne faces the daunting task of healing a ‘wounded’ district, administrators union president said.
In a lengthy public comment period, teachers, students and other community members aired grievances and voiced concerns.
Respondents to a recent poll indicated that they weren’t exactly satisfied with the city’s public education system, but also signaled support for giving schools more money.
Nearly 400 individuals attended the May 6 meeting and over 100 public commenters spoke out against the proposed cuts to the beleaguered community college.
Enikia Ford Morthel would be the third top administrator to leave SFUSD this year as principals and educators step down.
Students from public and private schools in San Francisco are developing support networks and a comprehensive training toolkit.
Local teachers gather outside San Francisco Unified School District offices calling on administration to fix payroll problems faster.
The faculty union disputes the need for layoffs amid a delicate financial landscape for the beleaguered City College of San Francisco.
San Francisco Unified School District sought to meet remote learning demands with a new online-only school, but the school board cited concerns over cost and timing.
District officials say teacher resignations and retirement are consistent with recent trends, but union leaders have called it a crisis since the fall.