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Opinion: Housing Affordability Crisis Requires Bold Action

By Assemblymember Rob BontaIn times of crisis, all options must be on the table.Many parts of California are suffering from a rental housing affordability...

Opinion: Teaching is Necessary to Show Our Youth How to...

By Richard Wembe Johnson, San Quentin PrisonI have a special announcement of the community at large and in particular the students at McClymonds High...

OP-ED: Race, Inequality and Math Education

  New international education performance reports came out in December, indicating that U.S. students once again show less math knowledge that students in other developed...

Op-Ed: OUSD’s Superintendent Resignation Creates Opportunity for School Board Leadership

By the Oakland Justice Coalition The mid-year resignation of OUSD Superintendent Antwan Wilson brings an opportunity for the Board of Education and the community to...

Op-Ed: Why Michael Bloomberg’s Pro-Soda-Tax Ad Is Misleading

By Lawrence J. McQuillan Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is helping to bankroll a television-commercial campaign in favor of proposed soda taxes in...

Op-Ed: New Museum Is a Stunning Achievement

Demonstrations continue in Charlotte, N.C., and protests have spread to Atlanta and elsewhere, sparked most recently by the police killing of Terence Crutcher in...

Op-Ed: Oakland Achieves School Progress Report Misses the Mark

 By Jan Malvin and Joel Moskowitz Confusing the public may well be the major achievement of the fourth annual Oakland Achieves Public Education Progress Report...

Op-Ed: Power in Oakland Schools – Who Has It?

By Tony Daquipa One of the biggest problems in the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) is the lack of power and influence that OUSD parents,...

Op-Ed: OCCUR Gives the East Bay the Scoop on Sugary Drinks

By Denise Deluca, OCCUR, Program ManagerAt OCCUR we believe that all individuals should have the opportunity to live healthy lives regardless of their...

Op-Ed: Black Families Should Demand Good Schools

By Charles Cole Recently, the NAACP called for a moratorium on charter schools, which would deal a blow to African-American families and their right to...
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