The temporary relocation addresses safety issues but not the longterm future of Oxford.
Sponsored: French bilingual middle school Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley has opened a new program for students who don’t yet speak French but are interested in an immersion program with very small class sizes.
Sponsored: Bayhill, a small private high school in Berkeley educates and empowers students with learning differences such as dyslexia and ADHD.
The union president called the contract proposal a “huge win” for educators.
Police increased patrols near Emerson Elementary School in Berkeley on Wednesday morning after a man approached a child to ask for sex at a nearby coffee shop, according to the school principal.
Multiple police cars with sirens blaring tore up University Avenue around 9:50 a.m. Thursday.
Most addresses in the city had reportedly gotten their electricity back by Monday evening, authorities reported.
More than 7,000 PG&E customers in Berkeley remained without power Sunday night and relief may still be days away. A new blackout is set to begin Tuesday in Alameda County. Details are limited.
PG&E says the planned outage will affect nearly 1 million customers in the state.
Exactly 50 years ago, Berkeley Unified integrated all its elementary schools, taking an unprecedented approach. Here, in a special three-part series, is that history, its legacy and the equity issues that remain unsolved.
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.
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.
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.
Monday was a tumultuous day for Berkeley Unified.
Neighbors are pleased a Finnish tech entrepreneur-turned-artist is improving the site, but some are worried about continued public access.
Check out our paid-for directory of local private schools, released in time for parents and students contemplating a move to a new school in the next academic year.
Lights could go out at John Muir and Emerson elementary schools, both in the Elmwood neighborhood.
For the second time this month, teachers will buck union leadership and leave administrators scrambling to deal with major absences.