BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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On Friday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 101, an education bill that will require every student at a public high school in the state to take an ethnic studies course. 
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On Friday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 101, an education bill that will require every student at a public high school in the state to take an ethnic studies course. 
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, has proposed plans to revise its enrollment policies in an ongoing bid to desegregate its middle schools. 
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, has proposed plans to revise its enrollment policies in an ongoing bid to desegregate its middle schools. 
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Prudence L. Carter, E.H. and Mary E. Pardee professor and dean of the Graduate School of Education, or GSE, received the Berkeley Citation from Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost A. Paul Alivisatos.
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Prudence L. Carter, E.H. and Mary E. Pardee professor and dean of the Graduate School of Education, or GSE, received the Berkeley Citation from Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost A. Paul Alivisatos.
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The UC system received a record high number of undergraduate applicants for fall 2021 admission, including an increase in the number of applicants of color.
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The UC system received a record high number of undergraduate applicants for fall 2021 admission, including an increase in the number of applicants of color.
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Months after former president Donald Trump lost his bid to reelection, five UC Berkeley professors addressed the implications and impacts of the Trump presidency during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Friday.
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Months after former president Donald Trump lost his bid to reelection, five UC Berkeley professors addressed the implications and impacts of the Trump presidency during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event Friday.
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A disproportionate number of black students have been suspended from Berkeley Unified School District schools over the past few years compared with students of other races, according to a report by the school district.
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A disproportionate number of black students have been suspended from Berkeley Unified School District schools over the past few years compared with students of other races, according to a report by the school district.
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