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Ali Tadayon

EdSource

Oakland, CA, United States

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  • EdSource
  • San Jose Mercury News
  • The Daily Democrat
  • East Bay Times
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • L.A. Daily News
  • ChicoER
  • The Press-Enterprise
  • Daily Bulletin
  • The Sun
  • and more…

Past articles by Ali:

UPDATE: Rialto school counselor third to be charged for failing to report student’s sexual assault

The latest education news updates from EdSource. → Read More

Proposed San Francisco ballot measure would bring schools extra $70 million a year for special programs

The latest education news updates from EdSource. → Read More

State Board of Education approves $635 million in community school grants

The latest education news updates from EdSource. → Read More

An unmet promise: Early literacy for all in California

Educators and advocates at an EdSource roundtable urged state leaders to expand research-based teacher training on early literacy and "take responsibility" for California's literacy crisis. → Read More

UPDATE: Contra Costa County to intervene in West Contra Costa Unified’s finances

The latest education news updates from EdSource. → Read More

Oakland students, teachers, community to fight 11 school closures, mergers, reductions

Students, teachers and parents vow to fight the closures, rally state to forgive Oakland Unified's debt → Read More

Parents scramble for higher-quality masks for children amid nationwide shortage

Though experts say higher-quality masks are crucial to preventing the spread of the Omicron variant, few districts are providing those masks to students leaving parents looking for them. → Read More

First lady calls on state legislators, governors to pay teachers more

The latest education news updates from EdSource. → Read More

State superintendent sets goal to get all California third-graders reading by 2026

“This is a strategy about helping children learn to read, but also about putting them on a path that can create success,” California Superintendent of Education Tony said, → Read More

California K-12 Covid safety practices for the new school year

A nonprofit organization reporting on key education challenges in California and beyond. → Read More

USDA extends free meals through next school year

A non-profit organization reporting on key education challenges in California and beyond. → Read More

Teachers, school staff vote to ratify West Contra Costa Unified’s return to school plan

West Contra Costa Unified students will be able to return to the classroom April 19 for limited in-person options following weeks of intense labor negotiations. → Read More

Falling immunization rates mean schools may turn away some students

Even as public health officials face the challenge of how to vaccinate all or most people to protect them from the COVID-19 virus, school administrators are having to come up with innovative ways t… → Read More

Quick Guide: What California’s color-coded county tracking system means for schools

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Cash-strapped Bay Area school district braces for cuts in state funding

A non-profit journalism website reporting on key education issues in California and beyond. → Read More

Coronavirus Q & A: Keeping your child out of school during the coronavirus crisis; what you need to know

School districts across California are opting to close schools as a way to stem the spread of the coronavirus. But, some districts are electing to stay open and that triggers questions for parents who prefer to keep their children at home. → Read More

Oakland’s violence prevention department to finally kick off with new chief

Oakland’s new chief of Violence Prevention, a former Los Angeles anti-gang czar, plans to take a holistic approach to reducing violence in the city. → Read More

His mission: Cut Oakland’s homicide rate 80 percent in three years – The Mercury News

Oakland’s new chief of Violence Prevention, a former Los Angeles anti-gang czar, plans to take a holistic approach to reducing violence in the city. → Read More

Tech entrepreneur pays off outstanding reduced-price lunch debt at Oakland Unified

Hundreds of Oakland Unified students who receive reduced-price lunches but fell behind on their payments during the fall semester will start the new year debt-free, thanks to tech entrepreneur Payam Zamani. → Read More

Trial of man accused in fatal BART stabbing of Nia Wilson set for Jan. 6

The trial against the man accused of killing 18-year-old Nia Wilson on a BART platform last year will start Monday, January 6, after an Alameda County Superior Court judge determined he is mentally… → Read More