Seventy-five percent of California’s schools are facing a teacher shortage, according to Desiree Carver-Thomas, research and policy associate at Learning Policy Institute, a non-profit research organization based in Palo Alto. This is due to a “leaky bucket,” she said, in which there are more teachers leaving the profession than there are coming in.
Over 400 Richmond riders joined in the 23rd annual Bike To Work Day on Thursday, May 11.
El tabaco, el alcohol y las bebidas azucaradas siguen siendo comercializados a los jóvenes en Richmond.
If you have yet to visit Point Isabel Regional Shoreline in Richmond, it is a sight to see. Point Isabel, a 23-acre dog park with an additional 20 acres right alongside a stunning view of the San Francisco Bay Area, is the one of the largest off-leash dog parks in the United States.
Two Texas men were sentenced in the 2016 attack on Maan Singh Khalsa in Richmond.
A California state bill could change the lives of inner-city youth. Assembly Bill 37, introduced last December by Assemblymember Patrick O’Donnell, D-Long Beach, would establish state standards for instruction in media arts.
A court ruling in March made California the first state in the nation to require that chemical maker Monsanto label its weed killer Roundup as potentially cancer causing. While I’m happy to see that consumers will now be warned about the dangers of Roundup, we need to do more.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. It is important for people to know they are not alone in their mental health struggles.
Despite the cloud of fear hanging over immigrant communities, there is a growing and increasingly organized resistance.
At a young age, my mom dreamed of becoming a teacher. She came to the United States to study English in hopes of making her dream a reality.