After years of hard work and numerous volunteer hours, the East Bay Children's Book Project will be temporarily closing down after losing their lease.
Oakland students receive free hotspots as part of Sprint's 1Million Project.
Approving the construction contract for Glenview Elementary School, adopting an electronic enrollment system and updates on programs for district English learners dominated the school board meeting on Wednesday night.
“Latinx Literature Read-In Week” took place from October 2 to 6 at many schools within the Oakland Unified School District including Allendale Elementary, Futures Elementary, and Fruitvale Elementary. The week focused on gathering volunteers to perform read-alouds...
The chant of “Black girl power!” chant echoed throughout a room filled with purple balloons and ribbons early Saturday morning. More than 100 girls and their mothers, teachers, mentors—and one father—filled an auditorium on the...
Children and adults of all ages came out for First Friday at Chabot Space & Science Center to learn about how the human body works on Earth as well as in outer space.
Syrian refugees in the Bay Area are struggling in rebuilding their lives with the language barrier.
OUSD officials fixed the water quality at McClymonds high school located in West Oakland after discoloration was discovered in August.
An exhibit at the Chabot Space and Science Center in Oakland is exploring mechanics, engineering, and physics using pinball machines, some of which are see-through or deconstructed.
During the public hearing session, community members filed to the podium to express concerns about Measure G1 funding, including whether or not charter schools would be eligible.
Every Saturday, the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment holds a free scratch programming class as an educational resource for youth to learn basic coding.
An arts and education program in Oakland was reinstated in September after receiving a $20,000 private donation from Art.com, an online retailer of art prints headquartered in Emeryville.
A new early childhood education center is set to open this fall in East Oakland's Seminary neighborhood.
On Thursday night, Oakland community members met at the Think College Now campus to discuss the “Blueprint for Quality Schools,” the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD)’s plan to refurbish old school buildings and use school...
During an Oakland school board meeting that lasted until a little after 11 p.m. Wednesday night, a new plan for school facilities and a proposal for an additional charter school were major topics of discussion.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and several Bay Area-based organizations have planted a vegetation barrier to try to reduce air pollution at an East Oakland elementary school.