In the News
San Rafael City Schools and Canal Alliance turn a racially charged incident into an opportunity to discuss bilingualism and segregation.
The County of Marin Board of Supervisors supports closing educational equity gaps through funding for Marin Promise Partnership efforts.
A coalition of community leaders and educators has joined forces to help fulfill the promise of public education for every student. The organization, the Marin Promise Partnership, has already received two grants totaling $300,000 to advance its goal. The goal is not new. Concern about the “opportunity gap” that exists for Marin
In response to the Judi Schellenberg’s letter to the editor (“Glickman should focus her efforts elsewhere, ” Nov. 28) it bears reflecting on Schellenberg’s observation that one must be African-American to stand up for an issue that affects African-Americans. Click HERE to read the full opinion.