Keri Brenner, Marin IJ

Keri Brenner

Marin IJ

California, United States

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  • Marin IJ
Past:
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • East Bay Times
  • NationalMortgageNews
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • ChicoER
  • Times-Standard
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Mercury-Register
  • LakeCountyRecordBee

Recent articles by Keri:

Novato district staff urges denial of charter school petition

The trustees are scheduled to render a verdict on the proposal at their meeting on Tuesday. → Read More

Tamalpais Union school district extends superintendent’s contract

The trustees voted 5-0 to retain Tara Taupier, the top administrator since 2018, through at least June 30, 2025. → Read More

Marin education network recognized for equity efforts

Marin Promise Partnership, which is based in San Rafael, won the plaudits from StriveTogether, an organization in Cincinnati. → Read More

San Rafael school probes racial allegation involving student, staff

Hundreds of petitioners are calling for the reinstatement of a security guard who they say suffered a slur from a teen. → Read More

New group with Marin ties aims to strengthen regional response to antisemitism

The effort, known as BANJO, was launched this week by the Jewish Community Relations Council of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin, Sonoma, Alameda and Contra Costa counties. → Read More

Tamalpais Union district advances upgrades for 2 campuses

The trustees approved agreements for architectural services on projects at Redwood High School and Tamalpais High School. → Read More

San Rafael school district superintendent to retire

Jim Hogeboom has spent the last 33 years in education, including positions in Novato, San Rafael and Mill Valley. → Read More

Sausalito Marin City School District prepares $33M bond sale

The proceeds, part of Measure P, are earmarked for the construction of a new elementary campus. → Read More

Ross Valley panel selected for child care site decision

The committee will determine whether the school district could sell or transfer the Fairfax-San Anselmo Children’s Center property to its operators. → Read More

Martel-Dow, Martin reelected in San Rafael school board races

Two incumbents were frontrunners in two races for two seats on the San Rafael City Schools board of education in early returns Tuesday. → Read More

Siedman, Dar, Tonski on top in Bolinas-Stinson school board race

Two incumbents and a newcomer were leading a second challenger in the four-way race for three seats on the Bolinas-Stinson Union School District board. → Read More

2 incumbents reelected in Shoreline school board race

Two incumbents were holding off a challenger in the three-way race for two seats on the Shoreline Unified School District board. → Read More

O’Neil, Landles-Cobb win election in Ross Valley school board race – Marin Independent Journal

One incumbent and a political newcomer were leading a three-way race for two seats on the Ross Valley School District board of trustees in early returns Tuesday. → Read More

Yoo, Nakatani, Katz elected in Mill Valley school board race

The district serves more than 2,200 students at five elementary schools — Old Mill, Strawberry Point, Edna Maguire, Tam Valley and Park — and Mill Valley Middle School. → Read More

Tam district school board race: Roenisch, Saavedra, Uhlhorn elected

The race involves six candidates for three available seats. → Read More

Picus elected to Novato school board

The seat was vacated by longtime trustee Derek Knell, who declined to seek a new term. Novato Unified serves more than 7,000 students at two comprehensive high schools, one continuation high school, two middle schools, one K-8 school and seven elementary schools. → Read More

Marin schools take action to address state test results

The 2022 test scores for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress showed a broad decline in math proficiency during the pandemic. → Read More

Southern Marin parents file school district transfer petition

Organizers said time was running out for the two districts to finalize a new inter-district transfer agreement to allow students to attend their district of choice. → Read More

Kentfield students meet civil rights activist, author

Judith Heumann, a noted advocate for disabled people, chatted with Kent Middle School students who had read her book. → Read More

Marin donors create $1M fund to honor schools superintendent

SchoolsRule-Marin said the endowment will promote student equity, a signature issue for longtime education leader Mary Jane Burke. → Read More