Educational & University News

According to the county workplace of education, Oakland Unified faces declining enrollment and has not ready to scale back staffing or adopted a long-term financial plan, endangering the fiscal well being of the district. County Superintendent L.K. Monroe threatened to withhold pay from the varsity board and superintendent, which the state agreed she has a right to do. The newspaper attributed the shortages to labor shortages at meals distribution facilities attributable to the pandemic and bottlenecks in delivering cargo on the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports. These problems add to school districts’ problem of providing free breakfast and lunch to all college students, under a universal meals program that Congress has funded for the second 12 months.

  • Parents of two youngsters mentioned they had been put in a “non-mask wearing bubble” of their high school.
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