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Charter school plan backed by Silicon Valley group meets with opposition – SF Examiner

May/30 By

By Laura Waxmann / May 30, 2018 Alison Collins discusses how charters harm our public education system in an article in the SF Examiner: “Alison Collins, a public school advocate who is also

Stand up for our public schools – SF Examiner

Apr/29 By

Alison Collins and Arienne Adamcikova / Sun April 29, 2018 Right-wing billionaires and Silicon Valley technology investors have helped fund advocacy groups like Innovate, a San Jose group that pushes the charter agenda

SF public schools protest sharing space with charters – SF Examiner

Apr/22 By

Laura Waxmann / Sun Apr 22, 2018 Alison Collins talks about parents rights to protect their schools from charters in the SF Examiner: “Collins, a public school advocate who is also a

SF schools struggle to retain crossing guards – SF Examiner

Apr/1 By

Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez / Sun Apr 1, 2018 Alison Collins talks about street safety concerns in the SF Examiner: “Lack of hours, pay and benefits concerns parent Alison Collins, who is

Data shows more students placed in desired schools through lottery system, but frustrations prevail – SF Examiner

Mar/22 By

Laura Waxmann / Thu Mar 22, 2018 Alison Collins talks about the a enrollment in the SF Examiner: “A lot of times parents pick schools they heard about, especially affluent families

Conservative Funders Target S.F. Schools – SF Weekly

Jan/16 By

How SFUSD’s failure to close the achievement gap for Black, Latino, and Pacific Islander students left it vulnerable to an interloper. Beth Winegarner / Thu Jan 18th, 2018 Alison Collins talks

SF school leaders, advocates wary of Silicon Valley group aiming to tackle achievement gap – SF Examiner

Dec/19 By

A Silicon Valley-based education reform nonprofit promising to tackle the achievement gap in San Francisco’s public schools by empowering parents has drawn the ire of district leaders and advocates, who

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