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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 28, 2023

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Matt Meyer

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Three education-related measures will be on the ballot Tuesday — Measures E, H and G — all of which could have a lasting effect on students, teachers and other BUSD staff. With one measure funded by a bond issue and the other two by parcel taxes, these measures could fund everything from basic maintenance to keeping educators from leaving Berkeley for better-paying districts.
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Three education-related measures will be on the ballot Tuesday — Measures E, H and G — all of which could have a lasting effect on students, teachers and other BUSD staff. With one measure funded by a bond issue and the other two by parcel taxes, these measures could fund everything from basic maintenance to keeping educators from leaving Berkeley for better-paying districts.
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BUSD unanimously approved two new tax measures be added to the 2020 ballot and ratified the previously tentative contract agreement with the BFT.
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BUSD unanimously approved two new tax measures be added to the 2020 ballot and ratified the previously tentative contract agreement with the BFT.
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The Berkeley Unified School District and the Berkeley Federation of Teachers announced Wednesday that a tentative agreement had been reached after more than a year of contract negotiations.
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The Berkeley Unified School District and the Berkeley Federation of Teachers announced Wednesday that a tentative agreement had been reached after more than a year of contract negotiations.
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On Wednesday, more than 100 Berkeley educators and community members attended the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board meeting as a campaign action item amid ongoing negotiations for educator contracts.
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On Wednesday, more than 100 Berkeley educators and community members attended the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board meeting as a campaign action item amid ongoing negotiations for educator contracts.
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Multiple Berkeley High School, or BHS, teachers stayed home Monday in an unofficial strike to protest inadequate teacher compensation. 
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Multiple Berkeley High School, or BHS, teachers stayed home Monday in an unofficial strike to protest inadequate teacher compensation. 
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On Friday, local teachers and members of the community held a walk-in at Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, schools to demand a fair contract.
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On Friday, local teachers and members of the community held a walk-in at Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, schools to demand a fair contract.
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Wednesday’s Berkeley Unified School District board meeting was marked with continued controversy over educators’ pay and caseload caps.
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Wednesday’s Berkeley Unified School District board meeting was marked with continued controversy over educators’ pay and caseload caps.
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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 planned merger of Berkeley’s REALM Charter School with a larger charter school organization, which was first reported by Berkeleyside, could jeopardize the school’s current agreement with the union, Berkeley Federation of Teachers, or BFT.
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The planned merger of Berkeley’s REALM Charter School with a larger charter school organization, which was first reported by Berkeleyside, could jeopardize the school’s current agreement with the union, Berkeley Federation of Teachers, or BFT.
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Berkeley teachers continued to stand in solidarity with their striking Oakland counterparts Tuesday morning with walk-in demonstrations at two local K-12 schools, which according to Berkeley Federation of Teachers, or BFT, members, may precede local teachers’ pushes for similar gains.
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Berkeley teachers continued to stand in solidarity with their striking Oakland counterparts Tuesday morning with walk-in demonstrations at two local K-12 schools, which according to Berkeley Federation of Teachers, or BFT, members, may precede local teachers’ pushes for similar gains.
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