Stories about High School

Politics on Tuesday: The new (sorta) Board of Supervisors — and what the vote-by-mail results mean

By Tim Redmond NOVEMBER 11, 2014 – The Next Big Thing in San Francisco politics will be the reshaping of the Board of Supervisors, which...

City College accreditors try to dig out of a hole

By Tim Redmond OCTOBER 29, 2014 – The president of the ACCJC tried to climb out of a deep hole this morning as her lawyers...

The (next) crisis for City College — the November election

By Tim Redmond Now that the lawsuit against the City College accreditors is moving forward, and the college is entering a new accreditation process, and...

Tax-break tech hiring a bust in the Tenderloin

By Tom Carter, Mark Hedin and Geoff Link SEPT 15, 2014 – When the Twitter tax break was signed, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s office...

Politics on Tuesday: Forget school assignment; the real issue in the Board of Ed race is a looming teacher...

By Tim Redmond SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 -- The San Francisco School Board race is something of a sleeper this year; not much in the way...

The Karl Marx Tree: How Southern Pacific Railroad killed a socialist colony in the name of creating Yosemite National...

  By Marc Norton AUGUST 27, 2014 -- There has been considerable hoopla this summer around the 150th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln putting his signature...

Tom’s Town: What the election numbers mean

By Tom Temprano Numbers! I hated them in high school as I slogged through summer school Algebra II classes while friends got to enjoy the...

David Campos and the incredible journey

By Tim Redmond The campaign materials say things like “Supervisor David Campos immigrated to the U.S. from his native Guatemala at age 14 with his...

City Beat: the gender of violence and Equal Writes

  By Tim Redmond MAY 29, 2014 -- Local author Rebecca Solnit went on Democracy Now yesterday and made some critical points about the Isla Vista...

City Beat: City College, the Ellis Act – and the real state budget battle

By Tim Redmond MAY 7, 2014 -- A bill by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano that would curtail the ability of state officials to suspend indefinitely an...