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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Student culture benefits from a diverse student body composed of people from all backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses and geographic origins. Instead of feeling pitted against one another based on where they are from, students should be able to celebrate the opportunity to learn with peers from all over the planet.
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Student culture benefits from a diverse student body composed of people from all backgrounds, socioeconomic statuses and geographic origins. Instead of feeling pitted against one another based on where they are from, students should be able to celebrate the opportunity to learn with peers from all over the planet.
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A statewide end to single-family zoning might be exactly the bold change that will keep California afloat. By 2025, California will need 1.8 million new homes to meet demand. SB 9 could be another crucial step toward reaching this goal.
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A statewide end to single-family zoning might be exactly the bold change that will keep California afloat. By 2025, California will need 1.8 million new homes to meet demand. SB 9 could be another crucial step toward reaching this goal.
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We urge the governor and the Legislature to work together to ensure that free, universal meals for breakfast and lunch are included in the final state budget.
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We urge the governor and the Legislature to work together to ensure that free, universal meals for breakfast and lunch are included in the final state budget.
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The budget is a reflection of our community’s values, and as the mayor of Berkeley, I want to make it clear that my proposed budget recommendations, which are still in development, will take into consideration the voices and needs of our community.
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The budget is a reflection of our community’s values, and as the mayor of Berkeley, I want to make it clear that my proposed budget recommendations, which are still in development, will take into consideration the voices and needs of our community.
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If passed, AB 537 and SB 556 as written will accelerate the placement of cell tower transceivers in communities throughout California.
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If passed, AB 537 and SB 556 as written will accelerate the placement of cell tower transceivers in communities throughout California.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Superintendent Brent Stephens hosted the annual Superintendent’s State of the District meeting Wednesday, touching on school district accomplishments, school reopening plans and state funding for the 2021-22 school year.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, Superintendent Brent Stephens hosted the annual Superintendent’s State of the District meeting Wednesday, touching on school district accomplishments, school reopening plans and state funding for the 2021-22 school year.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom released an outline of California's Safe Schools for All plan, which includes a $2 billion early action proposal for the expansion and implementation of safe in-person instruction, in a press release Wednesday.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom released an outline of California's Safe Schools for All plan, which includes a $2 billion early action proposal for the expansion and implementation of safe in-person instruction, in a press release Wednesday.
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As students and parents alike grapple with the unprecedented demands of online education, the California State Legislature has passed a bill that would increase public aid for student parents, allowing college students with dependent children to more easily benefit from the state’s California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids, or CalWORKs, program.
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As students and parents alike grapple with the unprecedented demands of online education, the California State Legislature has passed a bill that would increase public aid for student parents, allowing college students with dependent children to more easily benefit from the state’s California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids, or CalWORKs, program.
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The California State Legislature recently passed AB 1487, which could change the way local governments in the Bay Area finance affordable housing.
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The California State Legislature recently passed AB 1487, which could change the way local governments in the Bay Area finance affordable housing.
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The budget — which was introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, in December — will increase the UC system’s funding from about $3.35 billion to roughly $3.55 billion, according to California Legislative Information, if it is approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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The budget — which was introduced by Assemblymember Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, in December — will increase the UC system’s funding from about $3.35 billion to roughly $3.55 billion, according to California Legislative Information, if it is approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
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