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The Complete Guide to Eating and Drinking in San Francisco - Eater SF
"Unofficial, highly opinionated information about the city by the Bay

In the home of green goddess dressing, Mission-style burritos, farm-to-table everything, and the toast-as-menu-item phenomenon, there's a lot of noise when it comes to what to eat. This guide will help you get to the real San Francisco treats out there."
eater  sanfrancisco  food  restaurants  bayarea  eastbay  oakland  berkeley 
april 2019 by robertogreco
East Bay Yesterday by East Bay Yesterday on Apple Podcasts
"East Bay history podcast that gathers, shares & celebrate stories from Oakland, Berkeley, Richmond and other towns throughout Alameda and Contra Costa Counties."
eastbay  bayarea  oakland  berkeley  richmond  alameda  contracosta  podcasts  history 
august 2017 by robertogreco
East Bay High School
"The purpose of e.b.h.s. is to build in our students the agency to affect change, agility to seek out and navigate complex dilemmas and access to one's purpose and character."



"Mission
The mission of East Bay High School (EBHS) is to empower our young future leaders to be change agents in their own lives, their communities and the world; EBHS strives to build connected, ethical, healthy (in body, word, mind, and action), and engaged citizens for an ever-changing and unknown future.

Purpose/Goals
The purpose of the high school is to revolutionize secondary education by making a high school about agency, adaptability and access. In order to achieve our goals, we will provide the tools, mentors, purpose-filled curriculum, and opportunities that will shape high school students into change agents. Empowered through a new educational paradigm, our students will be ready to lead their own lives in ways that positively impact communities and the world at large.

Instead of priding ourselves on having 100% of our graduates attend college, we will pride ourselves in ensuring 100% of our graduates have agency, are agile in an ever-changing world, and have access to any path they choose, whether that is to the best universities, entrepreneurial endeavors or other forms of purpose in our world.
The high school we envision would be:

• Co-educational and tuition “free” with a student body ranging from 400-500 students
• Redesigning what the roles of the teacher and student might look like
• High stakes with an emphasis on redesigning the stakes
• Admissions will be based on application, portfolio, zip code, and cultural & social capital
• A school developing agile adults with agency to affect a complex and uncertain world. This agility is built by seeing all skills (the arts, math, science, humanities) as languages that enable greater ability to observe, inquire, communicate and engage in their complex world.
• A school built from the same innovative and equitable practices that make East Bay School for Boys a model for schools worldwide"



"The mission of East Bay High School (EBHS) is to empower our young future leaders to be change agents in their own lives, their communities and the world; EBHS strives to build connected, ethical, healthy (in body, word, mind, and action), and engaged citizens for an ever-changing and unknown future.

The purpose of the high school is to revolutionize secondary education by making a high school about agency, adaptability (agility? both are nice) and access. In order to achieve our goals, we will provide the tools, mentors, purpose-filled curriculum, and opportunities that will shape high school students into change agents. Empowered through a new educational paradigm, our students will be ready to lead their own lives in ways that positively impact communities and the world at large.

Instead of priding ourselves on having 100% of our graduates attend college, we will pride ourselves in ensuring 100% of our graduates have agency, are agile in an ever-changing world, and have access to any path they choose, whether that is to the best universities, entrepreneurial endeavors or other forms of purpose in our world.
Metrics for success: 100% of our graduates have AGENCY, are AGILE in an ever-changing world, and have ACCESS to any path they choose."
education  bayarea  eastbay  schools  lcproject  openstudioproject  davidclifford  designschoolx  eastbayhighschool 
may 2014 by robertogreco

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