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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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Heidi Boley, a retired math and science teacher whose work influenced many students, died in a canoeing accident on the Russian River on Friday. She was 69.
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Heidi Boley, a retired math and science teacher whose work influenced many students, died in a canoeing accident on the Russian River on Friday. She was 69.
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In an effort toward greater academic racial equity, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education assessed recent policy changes as part of the implementation of a state-mandated academic improvement effort at its regular meeting Wednesday.
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In an effort toward greater academic racial equity, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education assessed recent policy changes as part of the implementation of a state-mandated academic improvement effort at its regular meeting Wednesday.
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At a Wednesday meeting, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education tracked progress on its local funding plan and discussed a potential pilot program in which Berkeley City Council would use the school board’s room for meetings.
At a Wednesday meeting, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education tracked progress on its local funding plan and discussed a potential pilot program in which Berkeley City Council would use the school board’s room for meetings.
With the school year starting next week, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education convened Wednesday to evaluate the beginnings of a locally driven funding plan implemented last year.
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With the school year starting next week, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education convened Wednesday to evaluate the beginnings of a locally driven funding plan implemented last year.
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The California State Assembly is considering a proposal to replace current K-12 standardized testing with the new Common Core testing, which lawmakers hope will improve students’ critical thinking skills.
The California State Assembly is considering a proposal to replace current K-12 standardized testing with the new Common Core testing, which lawmakers hope will improve students’ critical thinking skills.