Tuesday 6/2010:19 pm
By Julia Cheever
A 4-year-old human resources software company based in San Francisco has agreed, following a U.S. Labor Department investigation, to pay $3.4 million in unpaid overtime.
Wednesday 2/159:40 pm
By Jeff Shuttleworth
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said Wednesday that the first year of an ambitious effort to triple the number of low-income college graduates coming out of the city's public schools has been successful but there's still a lot of work to do.
Sunday 1/292:02 pm
By Alex Kekauoha
Education activists from across the Bay Area are scheduled to rally Tuesday in Oakland to oppose the confirmation of Betsy Devos as the new U.S. Secretary of Education.
Tuesday 12/1310:26 pm
By Sara Gaiser
Supervisors allocated $9 million toward a tuition-free City College for San Francisco residents, but Mayor Lee wants the funds to help only those students "unable to pay."
Monday 11/289:53 pm
By Julia Cheever
The California Department of Insurance announced a settlement Monday with a San Francisco startup that will fine the company up to $7 million for insurance sales licensing violations.
Tuesday 11/228:07 am
By Dan McMenamin
Oakland Unified School District superintendent Antwan Wilson said Monday that he is leaving the district in February to become the next chancellor for District of Columbia Public Schools in Washington, D.C.
Saturday 11/59:24 pm
By Daniel Montes and Keith Burbank
Berkeley Unified School District officials said they are saddened at the loss of a former long-time employee who drowned Friday in the Russian River.
Friday 4/156:02 pm
By Daniel Montes
More than 1,000 people, including hundreds of young children, rallied in front of San Francisco City Hall Friday morning to support higher wages for early care educators.