This article is part three of a three-part series sharing OUSD administrator and teacher perspectives to the start of in-person learning, including many lessons learned during 18 months of distance learning during COVID. (Read parts[Read more]
from kindergarten through high school, share their experiences and perceptions, from classroom to Zoom and back again.
The OUSD School Board passed a resolution requiring that students ages 12 and up receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Currently, to be fully vaccinated would be two doses of the Pfizer vaccine for that age group.[Read more]
School starts next week, and the district has shared its plans for both COVID safety and supporting the mental well-being of students. In a recorded webinar, OUSD staff members share the overall plans and what[Read more]
Oakland Voices alumnus (2017-2018 cohort) has been accepted to several UC’s, and will be attending Berkeley in the Fall. Barba is Editor-in-Chief at the Peralta Citizen at Laney College. Barba said, “being a high school[Read more]
Oakland School for the Arts Digital Media student William Truong shares photo essay on Melrose Branch of Oakland Public Libraries.
"For the first time in my years of teaching, I taught “sedition,” “insurrection,” “coup d’état,” and “treason.""
An East Oakland school that formerly resembled a prison, according to some, now has a state-of-the-art campus.
Oakland Voices spoke with some teachers about the challenges and surprises of distance learning.
Managing distance learning with five children.