BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Vaccine mandates and updates on Black Lives Matter and Latinx resolutions were up for discussion at the Berkeley school board’s Wednesday meeting.
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Vaccine mandates and updates on Black Lives Matter and Latinx resolutions were up for discussion at the Berkeley school board’s Wednesday meeting.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board members unanimously approved a motion to rename Jefferson Elementary School after Ruth Acty at a special meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board members unanimously approved a motion to rename Jefferson Elementary School after Ruth Acty at a special meeting Wednesday.
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Esfandiar Imani, a longtime Berkeley resident and a risk management consultant, is running for a position on the Berkeley Unified School District board this November.
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Esfandiar Imani, a longtime Berkeley resident and a risk management consultant, is running for a position on the Berkeley Unified School District board this November.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board started planning for potential budget cuts and the 2020-21 school year, as well as reviewing current distance learning data, at its virtual meeting Wednesday.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board started planning for potential budget cuts and the 2020-21 school year, as well as reviewing current distance learning data, at its virtual meeting Wednesday.
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Updates focused on grading and student participation regarding the Berkeley Unified School District Distance Learning Plan were presented during Wednesday's regular board meeting. The school district’s online learning program was launched April 6 and was met with some difficulties.
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Updates focused on grading and student participation regarding the Berkeley Unified School District Distance Learning Plan were presented during Wednesday's regular board meeting. The school district’s online learning program was launched April 6 and was met with some difficulties.
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We strike for the American Dream of a diverse citizenry empowered to lead lives of self-determination. We strike for equity and the rights of the oppressed.
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We strike for the American Dream of a diverse citizenry empowered to lead lives of self-determination. We strike for equity and the rights of the oppressed.
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Berkeley voters could see a new special tax that aims to address Berkeley Unified School District’s, or BUSD, current teacher recruitment and retention “crisis” on the 2020 ballot.
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Berkeley voters could see a new special tax that aims to address Berkeley Unified School District’s, or BUSD, current teacher recruitment and retention “crisis” on the 2020 ballot.
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The Gardening and Cooking Program, possible ballot measures and the Berkeley Unified School District’s financial woes were discussed at Wednesday’s regular meeting of the district's board — its first meeting since the start of classes.
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The Gardening and Cooking Program, possible ballot measures and the Berkeley Unified School District’s financial woes were discussed at Wednesday’s regular meeting of the district's board — its first meeting since the start of classes.
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Twenty-four city and state ballot measures passed into law during the 2016 general election. One year later, The Daily Californian took a look at some of those that passed to see how much progress has been made on the promises.
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Twenty-four city and state ballot measures passed into law during the 2016 general election. One year later, The Daily Californian took a look at some of those that passed to see how much progress has been made on the promises.
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Voters will get a chance during the November election to approve the Berkeley Schools Education Excellence Act of 2016, a tax measure that calls for $28 million in tax revenue to help reduce student-to-teacher ratios at Berkeley public schools.
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Voters will get a chance during the November election to approve the Berkeley Schools Education Excellence Act of 2016, a tax measure that calls for $28 million in tax revenue to help reduce student-to-teacher ratios at Berkeley public schools.
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