Stories about Education

City College board fires chancellor

At a critical time for the school, trustees have to seek a new leader who has community credibility.

Screen Grabs: A major director quietly remakes the Western

Plus: New films about the horrible toll of the gig economy, gay love in Guatemala, the future of genetic technology, more.

How do you represent Black and Latino communities at major museum shows?

An innovative program at the de Young, whose staff is mostly white, brings diversity to Black Power and Frida Kahlo exhibit staff.

What we saw at Sundance, part 1: Wild rides and deep looks

Our annual trip to the fest turned up dreamy features, experimental masterworks, and a strikingly intelligent horror doc.

Interrupting racial profiling in San Francisco

A volunteer group is trying to monitor social media and promote community education; here's how you can join.

Electrifying art of Black Power in ‘Soul of a Nation’

De Young show features works from height of the Movement, including SF's Mike Henderson and the Rainbow Sign gallery.

Never mind the Brexit, here’s Mostly British film fest

A gig-economy takedown, inappropriate romance, off-kilter comedy, wild flights of greed—there's plenty of tea in this year's cuppa.

Spend Valentine’s in an indie Village of Love

A benefit for Planned Parenthood brings together a packed bill of local bands at Rickshaw Stop.

Foreign Correspondent: Who’s at fault for Cuba’s economic problems?

The US embargo, unsupported by any country in the world, harms the nation’s ordinary working people.

Supes approve City College money; will mayor veto?

Money to prevent class cuts gets 7-4 approval, but chancellor shows no signs of wanting to accept it.