The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Leadership Development team and Human Resources department invite you to join us for an Administrator Information Session to learn how to become an administrator with SFUSD! In this information session, you will gain valuable insight of what it means to be an administrator with SFUSD, the different requirements needed, and an overview of how the hiring process works.
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SFUSD is forming a new committee to evaluate and update the current SFUSD Middle Grades Recommended Reading Lists for 6th-8th grade using the SFUSD/NYU Culturally Responsive Curriculum Scorecards. We encourage interested SFUSD teachers and librarians to apply by January 9. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdlctwq8Cid6R1jVy5MTCwSxKlXCxXoETf0FQ5DJ9VudG37XA/viewform (SFUSD login required)
Local historian Judy Yung passed away at the age of 74 on December 14, 2020. She was the librarian at the Chinatown/Him Mark Lai Branch of the Public Library in San Francisco and was at the forefront of developing an Asian American history collection.
Judy Yung retired as the Chair of The American Studies Department at UC Santa Cruz. She was also the author of Asian American history books giving emphasis to Chinese American women including Chinese Women of America: A Pictorial History and Unbound Feet: A Social History of Chinese Women in San Francisco. Another well documented and important book she co-authored with Him Mark Lai and Genny Lim was Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island,1910-1940.
After her retirement in 2004, she continued her research and writings. Her most recent project was as co-curator of an exhibit on the Chinese in America at the California Museum in Sacramento. We lost an incredible mentor, a scholar, historian, and writer who gave us a deeper understanding and appreciation for Chinese American history.
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