Some OUSD families are investing in private learning groups. Community organizations are trying to support those that can’t.
The Oaklandside asked for your input on the school district’s COVID-19 safety plan for fall semester.
Oaklandside quiere saber la opinión de padres de familia y empleados de las escuelas.
The Oaklandside wants to hear from Oakland families and school staff.
Los planes aún no son definitivos, pero el distrito piensa en comenzar con un modelo de aprendizaje remoto, que luego pasará a un modelo híbrido.
Plans aren’t final, but the district is leaning towards a remote learning start, transitioning later to a hybrid model.
El distrito se está inclinando hacia un modelo de aprendizaje híbrido, dividiendo las clases entre la casa y la escuela.
The district is leaning towards a hybrid learning model, with some instruction at home and some in the classroom.
We asked eight teenagers in Oakland and Berkeley about their relationships, and how they’ve had to change.
Board members decided which projects to prioritize, including campus improvements and a relocation of the central office.
The coronavirus pandemic hasn’t slowed the work of these groups, which are training the next generation of leaders.
$6 million will be redirected to programs that support “Black students and all students of color.”
Police have been in Oakland schools for decades, and opposition has existed for just as long.
Public education is facing a turning point in Oakland and across the country.
The plan for what that could look like will include input from community members, school staff and the police department.
Organizers think this could be a turning point for removing police from Oakland schools. OUSD is the only Alameda County school district with its own police force.
News and notes from our Oakland newsletter.
A November ballot measure to allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote in school district elections would make Oakland the fifth U.S. city to lower its voting age.
Two weeks before the end of the school year, nearly 1,400 OUSD students still need a device at home, and about 3,400 still don’t have internet access.