Tag: education

Virtual Learning Is Not Easy

UNITED STATES—Some people call it virtual learning, but back when I was an undergraduate we called it online learning. There are many who think...

Zoom Company Banned Online Event At SF State

SAN FRANCISCO—On Tuesday, the Zoom Video Communications company canceled an online open classroom, Whose Narratives? Gender, Justice, & Resistance, presented by the San Francisco...

Private Schools Might Reopen, Public Schools Remained Closed

SAN FRANCISCO—Private schools are making plans to reopen soon, but public schools from the San Francisco Unified School District might not be able to...

Choose Passion Over Money!

UNITED STATES—Oh college, I remember those good ole days America, I remember being fresh out of high school, heading to a Big Ten university...

In-Person Classes for Disadvantaged Students

SAN FRANCISCO—On September 14, disadvantaged elementary school students will be able to attend socially-distanced classes in various locations throughout San Francisco as part of...

Health Officials Take Waiver Applications From Elementary Schools

SAN FRANCISCO—Health officials will begin taking waiver applications from elementary schools, which is a step towards allowing them to open for in-person teaching. Starting...

Major Schooling Changes This Fall

UNITED STATES—Believe it or not America, many students have actually returned to the classroom. However, the notion of going back to school is NOT...

Twitter Co-Founder Donates $10 Million To SFUSD

SAN FRANCISCO—Twitter co-founder Evan Williams donated $10 million to the San Francisco Unified School District. The donation was aimed at increasing digital access for...

Losing The College Experience

UNITED STATES—It seems COVID-19 has claimed another casualty America: the college experience. I don’t know about many of you, but I know with certainty...

San Francisco Art Institute Reverses Decision To Close

SAN FRANCISCO—On Wednesday, July 22, the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) announced that the institution would remain open and continue to offer degree programs....
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