One CSU-based program seeks to diversify the ranks of classroom teachers, Part 2 – December 25, 2019

Across the state, the number of teachers of color in California isn’t keeping pace with the number of black and brown students in our classrooms. One problem is that too many of these teachers leave the profession. As part of our California Dream collaboration, KQED’s Vanessa Rancaño takes us to meet a group of men […]

One CSU-based program seeks to diversify the ranks of classroom teachers, Part 1 – December 24, 2019

Having male teachers of color in the classroom improves outcomes for students of color.  Fewer than 10 percent of California’s teachers are men of color. And that’s a problem…because they could play a significant role in helping to close the achievement gap for black and brown boys. As part of the California Dream collaboration, KQED’s […]

Sonoma County Releases Summary Measures of Health Report, Part One – Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Sonoma County Releases Summary Measures of Health Report, Part One – Wednesday, December 18, 2019 How healthy is Sonoma County? The Department of Health Services released a report this November that measure health disparities, leading causes of death and premature mortality rates from 2015-2017.  This is the second time the county has released such a […]

Emerald Cup Attracted Visitors from Across the Country Over the Weekend – December 17, 2019

The Emerald Cup, or as one attendee called it, “The Disney Land of cannabis” attracted around 30,000 people over the weekend. Thousands traveled from around the country to attend Santa Rosa’s annual cannabis extravaganza at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds. KRCB’s Adia White tells us the highlights of this year’s Emerald Cup. Find out the first […]