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The Sad Resegregation of San Francisco's Public Schools

Each January, parents across San Francisco rank their preferences for public schools. By June, most get their children into their first choices, and almost three-quarters get one of their choices.

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Groundwater Depletion Is Destabilizing the San Andreas Fault and Increasing Earthquake Risk

Depletion of groundwater in the San Joaquin Valley is having wide-ranging effects not just on the agricultural industry and the environment, but also on the very earth beneath our feet. Massive changes in groundwater levels in the southern Central Valley are changing the stresses on the San Andreas Fault, according to research published today.

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How Budget Cuts and PTA Fundraising Tilted Funding Toward Affluent Children at San Francisco Public Schools

Part of a special report on education inequality in San Francisco. A version of this story ran in the winter 2014 print edition. - See more at: http://sfpublicpress.org/news/2014-02/how-budget-cuts-and-PTA-fundraising-undermined-equity-in-san-francisco-public-schools#sthash.seG0Z7A7.dpuf

This article is part of a special report on education inequality in San Francisco published by the San Francisco Public Press. A version of this story ran in the winter 2014 print edition.

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