Students and staff were injured on Wednesday on the King Estates campus.
Jennifer Brouhard, David Kakishiba, and Max Orozco are all parents who sent their children to OUSD schools.
Opposing environmental racism and all forms of violence, the protest coincided with an international day of action.
The Oakland High School senior is returning for a second year on the board. She spoke to The Oaklandside about her priorities.
Three seats are open on the OUSD school board. Who Oakland voters choose in November could shift its direction on key issues.
Residents with a direct stake in Oakland schools share their thoughts about this year’s school board races.
Under-staffed programs are limited in how many students they can accommodate, leaving families scrambling to find other options.
The Oakland High School senior is one of two student representatives on the school board.
Wednesday’s meeting was the first under new leadership, with chief academic officer Sondra Aguilera stepping in while Superintendent Kyla Johnson-Trammell is on leave.
A growing early childhood program for 4-year-olds who aren’t eligible for kindergarten shows promise and could lead to better academic outcomes later.
The veteran teacher and D3 director believes school closures aren’t the answer.
Nine candidates are vying for three seats on the Oakland Unified school board in districts 2, 4, and 6.
The Oakland Generation Fund will support 30,000 Oakland youth from low-income families to pursue a college education or trade certificate.
After teaching at Horace Mann Elementary for three years, Mungia wanted to create bigger change in schools.
The organizers, who have been occupying the school since May, also said they intend to file a lawsuit against the school district and officials.
Oakland Unified has a new District 6 rep and a new student board member. Their first meeting of the new school year is Wednesday.
Voters approved Measure QQ in 2020, granting 16 and 17-year-olds the right to vote in school board races. The county registrar says that won’t be possible for this November’s election.
While the occupation of the East Oakland school hasn’t ended, organizers are turning their sights to the upcoming school year, when five more OUSD schools will close.
OUSD’s District 5 school board director is now running his fourth campaign, for District 4, after the city redistricting process placed his home in a new zone.
The Oakland Public Education Fund is currently recruiting volunteers to help beautify campuses before school begins on Aug. 8.