Who is funding the school board recall?

Jan/19 By

Pro-recall committees have raised 46 times more money than the anti-recall campaign, according to Ethics Commission data Here’s what Alison Collins said in a Mission Local article about the big money interests

San Francisco parents, teachers dealing with COVID-19 testing challenges

Jan/11 By

By Haaziq Madyun | Posted: January 11, 2022 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – State-provided COVID take-home test kits are being distributed this week in the San Francisco Unified School District.  However, getting

The Trailer: San Francisco’s school board recalls are tearing Democrats apart

Jan/11 By

By David Weigel | January 11, 2022  Here’s what Alison Collins said in a Washington Post article addressing the ways the SF school board recall is being used as a rallying cry for

Video: ‘Educational emergency’: SF Board of Education worries about lack of COVID protocols

Jan/10 By

By Haaziq Madyun | Posted January 10, 2022 SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KRON) – Parents, teachers, city leaders, and school board members are all finding it hard to get on the same page

SF School Board Member Alison Collins Defends Herself Against Recall Effort

Nov/19 By

This is part of a series of interviews that KQED has conducted with all three San Francisco school board members facing recall elections in February.

The SFUSD Board Recall Election is Set. We Revisit Student Voices

Apr/19 By

“3 members of the San Francisco Unified School District Board of Education will be facing a recall vote in February. The special election encompasses a whole host of polarizing issues in the district: in-person learning, the admissions policy at Lowell High School, the effort to rename schools, a series of 2016 tweets by Commissioner Alison Collins, and more.

Video: Students at Lowell High School fed up with racist culture, demand changes

Feb/5 By

SAN FRANCISCO (KTVU) – African American students at a prestigious high school in San Francisco staged a rally on Friday to address the school’s racist culture. 

Changes to Lowell’s admission process sparks attacks against school board members, magnifies racial division

Dec/5 By

By Colton Webster on December, 5 2020 Here’s what Alison Collins said in a El Tecolote article about the attacks on the school board as a result of its vote

SFUSD Cuts Ties with SFPD | June 23, 2020

Jun/23 By

Collins describes the ways that SFUSD has always been a leader when it comes to policing in schools. SFUSD dissolved its MOU with the SFPD. The resolution she authored “In

Rethinking police in schools

Jan/24 By

Rob Roth | June 24, 2020 SAN FRANCISCO (Calif.) KTVU. In the aftermath of the nation’s uprising over police brutality and calls for accountability, local schools are now rethinking if they

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