50 years ago Berkeley voluntarily integrated its schools. Even back then the district recognized that newly diverse classrooms demanded a diverse teaching force. In Part 3 of our deep dive we look at the situation today.
The regulation is a stripped down version of previous proposals to also regulate sidewalk behavior.
While the universal ninth grade is new, efforts to “redesign” Berkeley High in the name of equity are not. In a special three-part series, Berkeleyside examines the then and now.
Berkeley Unified made history by voluntarily integrating its schools 50 years ago this fall. In a special three-part series, Berkeleyside explores that history and its legacy in a very different present-day Berkeley.
The City Council and School Board still have to approve the agreement, which would see the city paying a $600,000 flat fee as well as a per-meeting cost.
The Yabusakis want to open "America’s first retail cannabis nursery hybrid" on Dwight Way.
There is no early indication of foul play, but police are investigating.
The plane is "assisting serving warrants," according to CHP.
All week, students are putting on events to protest the Supreme Court nominee and express support for his accusers.
Fifty-two homeless people settled into their new bunk beds in the Veterans Building on Monday night.
The Berkeley City Council heard an update on the educational equity plan this week, learning about what has worked and what still needs to be done.
Police: High school student stabbed, alleged assailant pepper-sprayed, during fight in Berkeley park
Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park was filled with police, firefighters and people who said they witnessed the fight Thursday morning.