We have elections, people elected these three members and now we have a group of millionaires funding this recall. Just like the money the State wasted on a recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom by another group of Republican millionaires.
Their efforts are anti-democratic and force our local government to spend funds on elections instead of, say, fighting addiction or Muni.
While I neither voted for nor supported the three individuals up for recall, and while I strongly disagree with many of their positions — such as spending a million dollars to paint over a WPA socially critical historical fresco painted by an Ashkenazic immigrant — they do not deserve recall. This is a misguided effort.
The San Francisco Unified School District’s (SFUSD) plan to cover the controversial “Life of George Washington” murals at his namesake high school in the Richmond District was derailed after a judge ruled that the way the district went about it violated state law.
Let’s sign the necessary number of petitions needed to start the recall of Board of Education President Lopez and the rest of the Board before they trigger more lawsuits and further endanger the future of public education in San Francisco.
We choose public schools for our children because we believe that free access to education creates a diverse environment where students from different ethnicities and social and economic backgrounds can meet and enrich each other.
The Board of Education (BOE) commissioners seem to have their priorities in the wrong place!
The Board of Education’s failure to put our students first shined a bright light on what has been a known secret; a position on the board has served as a springboard for those with political aspirations.
The Board’s number one and only goal should be about education for our students, but it seems they are just looking to further their political careers.
American schools once were number one among advance countries abroad. Today they are now among the worst.
I’d love to know if anyone is looking into the cozy relationship
between Google and the San Francisco Unified School District?.
Since San Francisco’s public schools have been closed for one year already, why doesn’t the San Francisco Unified School District refund taxpayers their money?
Renaming Schools, Changing Lowell H.S.’s Admission Policy and Getting Students Safely Back into Classrooms Result in Community Backlash,
The San Francisco Board of Education voted 5-2 for an equity audit led by community leaders and to use the regular admissions process for SFUSD comprehensive high schools for future admissions to Lowell High School.
SFUSD to Change Schools’ Names: ‘Guiding Principles’ Deem George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Others Unworthy of the Honor
“All the schools that are on the list, their names will be changed,” Commissioner Mark Sanchez said. “So, we just want to be really clear with our communities that that’s going to happen.