As the district recuperates from millions of dollars in budget cuts, officials are pondering three different ballot measures that would support the schools.
Berkeley High has long served as a language laboratory, where teenagers sling slang and slap songs. In a new Berkeleyside Podcast episode, we ask, what comes after hella and hyphy?
Wednesday's School Board meeting was not only the first for Judy Appel after a long medical leave, but also the first ever for new Superintendent Brent Stephens.
The biennial event is one of the city’s biggest cross-generational community building experiences, especially for black alumni.
Getting the Northbrae playground back up and running is complicated by several factors: insurance, code and the fact that the park is not city property.
BUSD's number-two administrator is Alameda Unified's new superintendent.
Prices are going up for plates and utensils made in China, which might make them too expensive to use.
The district meals are in addition to existing city-run programs. Will kids show up?
Berkeley Unified is famous for its lunch program, but kids are coming home from school with barely eaten sandwiches and tales of scarfing down food, sometimes in as little as five to 10 minutes.
After a months-long saga, the school board denied REALM's application to merge with an online charter system, then revoked the school's charter.
Creative wrangler Jeannie Kim Chen gave a group of 9-year-old girls from Jefferson Elementary professional-grade photography lessons. The result is "Miniworlds," on show until Aug. 31.
Wednesday is the Berkeley School Board's last chance to approve Compass — or close REALM.