They're learning two things: how teach kids about safe sex, and how to teach them about college. At this stage, none of them know much about either.
Bi-Rite Creamery, Foreign Cinema and others will contribute 25 percent or more of proceeds today to the Mission Graduates program.
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Tagged bi-rite creamery, commonwealth, food for thought, foreign cinema, little star pizza, Maverick, Mission Beach Cafe, mission graduates, range, spencer on the go
Mission Playground renovation, Earth Day, how buildings talk and more.
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Tagged chalk art, curiosities for kids, duo cascada de flores, Earth Day, Elmo, flynn elementary, Michael Bartalos, Mission Branch Library, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, mission graduates, mission playground, paxton gate, sesame street, sirron norris
Eat at these Mission Restaurants today!
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Tagged Andalu, bar bambino, bissap baobab, CODA, Conduit, Destino, Dine Out For Life, Dolores Park Café, Farina Focaccia and Cucina Italiana, food for thought, foreign cinema, Front Porch, fundraiser, La Provence, little baobab, Little Star Valencia, Maverick, Mission Beach Cafe, mission district, mission graduates, OpenTable, Panchita's #2, Pisco, Ramblas Tapas, range, Regalito Rosticeria, Sade Mcdougal, Slow Club, specchio, Spork, Stop AIDS Project, Sun Rise Restaurant, Usulutan Restaurant, yelp
Mission High School takes center stage on Mission Loc@l today. Watch the student-produced video of Mission High’s chess champ William Sanchez. Or venture into another part of the high school in an exploration of the...
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Tagged Board of Supervisors, cat, declaw, food for thought, jail, mission, mission graduates, Mission High School, mission peace collaborative, mission science workshop, Patrick Kollman, pledge of peace, Supervisor Campos, William Sanchez
Fifty-five years after Brown v. Board of Education, minority students still end up in the same struggling schools.
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Tagged achievement gap, Brown v. Board of Education, CORO fellows, education, Horace Mann Middle School, integration, Jack O'Connell, mission graduates, Mission High School, San Francisco School District, San Francisco schools, segregation, The California Foundation