Each year, GO selects a small group of Oakland public school teachers to lead, learn, and think about the future of education in our city.… Read More...
by Robbie Torney
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Mirella Rangel | September 06, 2017
Schools are the fabric of our neighborhoods and we believe that every student in Oakland has the right to a quality public education. We are capable of providing a premier education for all students.
But, to deliver on that right, leaders, educators, and the community have to work closely together to address the quality and equity gaps in our schools.