Where do San Francisco residents move to? A total of 203,292 residents migrated out of San Francisco between 1995 and 2000. Not surprisingly, other Bay Area counties were popular destinations. Here's where some of them went. By California County San Mateo 31,052 Alameda 26,642 Contra Costa 16,306 Los Angeles 11,815 Marin 9,617 Solano 4,470 Sonoma 4,359 San Joaquin 3,984 Sacramento 3,959 San Luis Obispo 2,896 By State California 143,980 Washington 5,189 Texas 4,135 Florida 3,006 Nevada 3,902 Oregon 2,719 Arizona 2,533 Source: San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association, using U.S. Census Bureau data. The Chronicle … [Read more...] about Lots of toddlers, fewer school-age kids in S.F.
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“I think it’s important to do the right thing,” said parent Nguyen Louie, whose children attend Adolph Sutro Elementary, named after a man who discriminated against Black people. “We should not honor him with the name of our elementary school. … [Read more...] about Washington and Lincoln are out. S.F. school board tosses 44 school names in controversial move
Pre-kindergarten students listen as their teacher reads a story at Dawes Elementary in Chicago, on Jan. 11. Chicago Public Schools wanted thousands of K-8 teachers and staff to return to classrooms Monday to prepare for the resumption of in-person learning, but now that return date has been delayed. (AP/Chicago Sun-Times) … [Read more...] about Chicago’s plan to reopen schools hits another barrier as union threatens strike
Replacing signage at the 44 schools will cost more than $400,000, according to the Courthouse News. The price tag could also go up to around $1 million for schools to get new activity uniforms, repaint gymnasium floors, etc., according to the Chronicle. The district is facing a budget deficit. … [Read more...] about San Francisco school board votes to rename schools honoring Washington, Lincoln, Feinstein, others
While TEN found results similar to Keating, it also found that parents report their children are spending about half the time in live instruction, an average of 15 hours a week, compared to before the pandemic, and that only half feel their children will be prepared to advance to the next grade level. … [Read more...] about Online Poll Finds Nearly 1 In 6 Parents Has Moved Child Out Of Denver Public Schools