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El conocimiento es poder

“El odio viene en muchas formas. Cuando nuestra juventud no tiene igualdad de acceso a la educación pública, hay falta de equidad y puede oprimir y limitar las oportunidades de movilidad y progreso [...] Continue Reading

FUSD Academic Performance in Decline

Some call it “product downsizing.” For others, it’s “shrinkflation.” It happens when you buy tissue paper or instant coffee, and the amount you get is less than what used to be in the same [...] Continue Reading

Stir it Up

Wednesday, November 2 at 3 p.m. KFCF 88.1 FM Daren's guest were Pam Whalen with the Community Alliance newspaper, Rey Leon, Mayor of Huron and Hermina Ybarra, Community Leader.  The topic [...] Continue Reading

From a TV Show to Reality

Back in the late 1960s, The Prisoner was my favorite TV show by far. It was a quirky spy-type series, and in it a British agent was whisked away to a clandestine site known only as The Village. In [...] Continue Reading

Daren Miller: Focused on Education

By Community Alliance Staff In the June 7 Primary, Fresno County voters will have the rare opportunity to vote for the superintendent of schools without there being an incumbent (elected or [...] Continue Reading

FUSD Special Election

A special election will take place on April 12 to replace Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) Trustee Carol Mills, who passed away last year. She served as a trustee for 17 years. Trustee Area 5 [...] Continue Reading

Fresno Bee Columnist Platforms Fascist

Deep into Fresno Bee writer Marek Warzsawki’s recent column on anti-vaxxer disruptions at Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) board meetings comes this oblique reference: “All but one of the 22 [...] Continue Reading

Can Schools Return to Normal?

So what’s been happening inside the Fresno Unified School District (FUSD)? What do teachers experience on the job nowadays, and what’s changed over the past few years? In recent few years—partly [...] Continue Reading