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In the second post in our #OUSDBudget series on the FCMAT report, we take a look at the “good news” – the areas (7 out of 20) in which OUSD earned a positive rating.
On December 13, as OUSD’s Board votes on extremely painful midyear budget cuts, staff will also share their plan to strengthen the district’s fiscal management: The FCMAT Action Plan. In this #OUSDBudget series post, we examine what FCMAT is, and what’s in the latest report.
Gratitude and hope for Oakland public education: a Thanksgiving appreciation for some of those who inspire us.
What can OUSD do about its budget crisis? We offer up some ideas in this #OUSDBudget series post.
The latest state test scores don’t offer many statewide trends beyond stagnation and persistent achievement gaps. What about Oakland? Carrie Chan has three pieces of good news, and three bad, in our latest CRUNCHED! blog.
We are thrilled today to announce the 2017-18 Educate78 Oakland Teacher Retention Grant winners! These grants empower teachers to change the conditions at their school that are preventing teachers like themselves from staying.
A conversation with Carolyn Gramstorff, the Founder & Director of the Educate78 School Design Lab and a former teacher and Oakland public school principal.
Check out these 7 facts about the question: Does Oakland have too many schools?
As our sun was being eclipsed by our moon, another sun was born: OUSD opened a brand new dual-language immersion middle school called Oakland School of Language, shortened to Oakland SOL (Spanish for Sun).
We’ve been reflecting on CRUNCHED! and what we’ve accomplished and where we want to go. And, we need to hear from you!