Though the school board member issued an apology for stereotyping Black and Latino families, she has no plans to step down.
The decision culminated a night of contentious debate over the San Francisco school board member’s controversial remarks about marginalized students.
SFUSD on Tuesday will convene a special meeting to vote on whether to officially chastise the school board member over offensive remarks.
Local advocates and the city attorney’s office expressed disappointment with the decision that reverses a 2016 ballot measure.
Voters will weigh in on the proposal to increase access to extracurricular and student success programs on Nov. 8
San Francisco families are squeezed by the city’s sky-high costs. A proposed Department of Early Childhood is meant to help relieve some of that burden.
The fate of Cantonese courses may be uncertain at the city’s flagship community college, but Grace Yu is optimistic about the future of the language writ large.
London Breed said that although Ann Hsu can do more to be “a better bridge builder,” she’s also an important addition to the board.
Ann Hsu apologized for her remarks, which she made in a candidate questionnaire that came to light this past weekend.
Scores of teachers are reconsidering their place in the city—or profession entirely—and the effects of that turnover will reverberate for months or years to come.