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Education

Probably one of the toughest jobs in Emeryville is being the Emery Unified School District Superintendent. Emeryville schools face a complicated dynamic and history, and there’s no denying that the EUSD faces significant challenges. The Superintendent...

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Students, parents and city officials gathered at the ECCL today to unveil the latest amenity to the facility. “Wallholla” is a new vertical play structure designed and manufactured in the Netherlands and is only the second installed...

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This Thursday, April 27th more than 300 students from high schools in Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, and Richmond will descend on West Berkeley to participate in the 6th Annual East Bay STEM Career Awareness Day. Industry, academia,...

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The German International School of Silicon Valley (GISSV) has signed a temporary license agreement to occupy the site of the former Anna Yates Elementary school. Anna Yates was folded into the ECCL when it opened...

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Participating in our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series is Emery Unified School District Superintendent Dr. John Rubio. Dr. Rubio was brought on board in May 2014 during a tumultuous time for the district to help “steady the...

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The wild world of the Emery School Board just got even more interesting. Just days after School Board President John Affeldt stepped down, incumbent Joy Ashe has declared her candidacy as a ballot write-in. While a...

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The Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL) was born under controversy. It endured plenty along the way and crossed the finish line with some as well (the site is still in fact under construction and expected to...

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PRESS RELEASE: Last Saturday, March 12th, the School Board of the Emery Unified School District held a special meeting of the District Board of Trustees at the new Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL). This...

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The Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news website based out of New York, focused its most recent piece 3,000 miles away on our city and the beleaguered Emeryville Center of Community Life. The project has been...

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Lockheed Martin and EUSD are co-sponsoring two after school STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) classes specifically designed for girls starting on September 14th during fall 2015. 36 girls from Kindergarten – 5th grades at...

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Our “E’ville Voices” guest blogger series was created to net a broader range of voices about our city in flux and initiate dialogue through opinions, conversation and storytelling. Joining our guest blogger series is 19-year old,...

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Bay Area News reporter Doug Oakley is reporting that The Emery USD is again having financial difficulty and will have to more than likely cut staff to balance its books. State funding is of course...

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Congresswoman Barbara Lee, State Senator Loni Hancock and State Assembly Member Nancy Skinner were all on hand for the official groundbreaking ceremony for the Emeryville Center of Community Life back on October 16th. Also in attendance...

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Students, the ones that are most impacted by the policies implemented by their district, may finally be getting a voice in this decision-making process. Emeryville & Oakland are leading the way in the state by creating...

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The Navitas group will reportedly buy Ex’pression College for Digital Arts for $13 Million. Navitas chief executive Rod Jones said the acquisition would provide subsidiary SAE Institute Group with a significantly expanded footprint in the...

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Santa Cruz county assistant superintendent Dr. John J. Rubio was named Emeryville School Superintendent on Wednesday by the Emeryville school board beating out 60 other applicants. The board that oversees a district of 726 students in two...

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As first reported by The Tattler and since confirmed by the Oakland Tribune, embattled EUSD Superintendent Debbra Lindo, whom announced her retirement in October, has been placed “on leave” and effectively being forced out. She...

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As first reported by The Emeryville Tattler, Debbra Lindo has announced her retirement as the Emeryville School Superintendent effective June 30, 2014. Via this press release posted on the EmeryUSD website, Lindo announced her retirement citing “I...

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Jac Asher: Triangle resident, parent of two, Lecturer in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies at Cal and Vice-Mayor of our city has somehow found the time to write a personal blog. In Jac’s initial post,...

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