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Food Trucks: Possible Solution to SF Food Deserts?

September 24, 2012

By: Miriam E. Marks

San Francisco food trucksThere’s a new idea for how to combat hunger among the homeless. And the answer may lie in food trucks – a reinterpretation of “meals on wheels.”

California Voters Now Able to Register Online

September 19, 2012

By: Kate Maeder

Make Your Voice Heard on Technology in California Schools

September 19, 2012

By: Miriam E. Marks

CA-Education-TechnologyWe can all agree that the key to California’s future is rooted in high-quality public schools. And yet, too many of our students are skipping class, dropping out and falling behind. So what can we do?

Tracking Higher Education Funding in California– From Golden State to Tarnished Promise

September 18, 2012

By: Phil Ting

We keep hearing about the problems in our state’s higher education system: classrooms are too crowded, tuition is skyrocketing, and faculty members are expected to do more with fewer resources.

The BART That Could Have Been

September 17, 2012

By: Evan Brown

You hop on the F line at 11th Ave and Geary, headed for Old Town Los Gatos. It’s a long ride and you’ll have to transfer in San Jose, but it’s not much more time than driving, and you get to watch the entire East Bay roll by outside the train’s window.

SFUSD Food Program Hungry for Reform

September 12, 2012

By: Miriam E. Marks

SFUSD School Meals ProgramFor low-income students in the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), lunchtime is not just about a break from class but about obtaining crucial nutrition. 

Design Contest: SF Public Library Asks For Your Help!

September 10, 2012

By: Dwight Smith

The San Francisco Public Library certainly has earned its status as one of our most beloved public institutions. Now the San Francisco Public Library is jumping into the web 2.0 movement with a new crowdsourcing campaign to design their new library card.

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