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To Survive its School Funding Crisis, Oakland Must Learn from its Students

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Families, teachers, and students are frustrated over the impact of the cuts in their schools, and public conversations about our schools and school funding have become increasingly tense. As a city, Oakland has the potential to have great schools and can be an example to the nation — if we learn from our students as we navigate these challenges…Read More

It’s Time for 1Oakland

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Schools are the fabric of our neighborhoods and we believe that every student in Oakland has the right to a quality public education. We are capable of providing a premier education for all students. But, to deliver on that right, leaders, educators, and the community have to work closely together to address the quality and equity gaps in our schools…Read More

Coming Together for 1Oakland

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Oakland has 65,000 school-aged kids. We are not doing enough to ensure that all of these students are getting the education that best fits their needs and dreams. Boris Aguilar reflects on how every student has different needs and how those needs change over time…Read More

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Para sobrevivir la crisis financiera en sus escuelas, Oakland debe aprender de sus estudiantes

| Traducido por Eva Vargas | 24 de enero de 2018

Las familias, los maestros y los alumnos se sienten frustrados por el impacto de los recortes en sus escuelas y las conversaciones públicas sobre nuestras escuelas y el financiamiento de las mismas se han vuelto cada vez más tensas. Como ciudad, Oakland tiene el potencial de tener excelentes escuelas y puede ser un ejemplo para la nación si aprendemos de nuestros alumnos conforme superamos estos desafíos…Lee Mas

Reunidos por 1Oakland

| 13 de octubre de 2017

Oakland tiene 65.000 niñxs de edad escolar. No estamos haciendo lo suficiente para asegurar que todos nuestros estudiantes estén recibiendo la educación que adapte a sus necesidades y sueños. Boris Aguilar reflexiona sobre cómo cada estudiante tiene diferentes necesidades y cómo esas necesidades cambian con el tiempo…Lee Mas

 

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