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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Learning 2022

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‘The system has imploded’: A look at redlining, academic achievement gaps

85 years after the HOLC published a map of redlining in the Bay, the effects of structural racism and Jim Crow are still widely felt in public schools.

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A leader on the field and in the community, former Cal safety Elijah Hicks’s Intercept Poverty Foundation has created tangible change.
A leader on the field and in the community, former Cal safety Elijah Hicks’s Intercept Poverty Foundation has created tangible change.
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BUSD and UC Berkeley cater to different age groups — but both institutions provide comprehensive and unbiased information on sexual education. 
BUSD and UC Berkeley cater to different age groups — but both institutions provide comprehensive and unbiased information on sexual education. 
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In 2020, the university’s decision to no longer require SAT and ACT scores in admissions prompted a flurry of emotions from the campus community and beyond.
In 2020, the university’s decision to no longer require SAT and ACT scores in admissions prompted a flurry of emotions from the campus community and beyond.
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85 years after the HOLC published a map of redlining in the Bay, the effects of structural racism and Jim Crow are still widely felt in public schools.
featured article
85 years after the HOLC published a map of redlining in the Bay, the effects of structural racism and Jim Crow are still widely felt in public schools.
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A leader on the field and in the community, former Cal safety Elijah Hicks’s Intercept Poverty Foundation has created tangible change.
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A leader on the field and in the community, former Cal safety Elijah Hicks’s Intercept Poverty Foundation has created tangible change.
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BUSD and UC Berkeley cater to different age groups — but both institutions provide comprehensive and unbiased information on sexual education. 
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BUSD and UC Berkeley cater to different age groups — but both institutions provide comprehensive and unbiased information on sexual education. 
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In 2020, the university’s decision to no longer require SAT and ACT scores in admissions prompted a flurry of emotions from the campus community and beyond.
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In 2020, the university’s decision to no longer require SAT and ACT scores in admissions prompted a flurry of emotions from the campus community and beyond.
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As the Berkeley community slowly adjusts to living with COVID-19, multiple early childhood educators say the role of preschools and Montessori school instruction for young children remains as “critical” as ever. 
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As the Berkeley community slowly adjusts to living with COVID-19, multiple early childhood educators say the role of preschools and Montessori school instruction for young children remains as “critical” as ever. 
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Nobody should stop learning. Whether in formal classrooms, at extracurricular activities or at home, we constantly absorb what is around us.
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Nobody should stop learning. Whether in formal classrooms, at extracurricular activities or at home, we constantly absorb what is around us.
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The grind never stops — nor, it seems, does the presence of school in the products of collective societal perception. 
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The grind never stops — nor, it seems, does the presence of school in the products of collective societal perception. 
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The first thing to out me as a pianist is my posture.
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The first thing to out me as a pianist is my posture.
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“Disorientation” simultaneously deconstructs and debilitates academic institutions with wit and novelty. Genres coalesce as the plot simmers and rises, seamlessly weaving together political fiction, satire and mystery.
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“Disorientation” simultaneously deconstructs and debilitates academic institutions with wit and novelty. Genres coalesce as the plot simmers and rises, seamlessly weaving together political fiction, satire and mystery.
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In 2022, Cal women’s basketball players Cailyn Crocker and Sierra Richey’s work to strive for a more equal, inclusive society continues.
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In 2022, Cal women’s basketball players Cailyn Crocker and Sierra Richey’s work to strive for a more equal, inclusive society continues.
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