Mackenzie Mays

Politico reporter covering education in California

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Investigative reporter at the Fresno Bee.

Mackenzie Mays on KCRW

Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday suggested that in-person instruction in public schools could resume if teachers are prioritized in coronavirus vaccinations.

Newsom and Biden say schools can safely reopen without all teachers vaccinated. That might be tough in California

Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday suggested that in-person instruction in public schools could resume if teachers are prioritized in coronavirus vaccinations.

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Sausalito is a wealthy liberal town north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County.

Why Sausalito is at the center of a desegregation fight

Sausalito is a wealthy liberal town north of the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County.

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California lawmakers are targeting Teach for America, which places young college graduates in struggling classrooms.

A push to ban Teach for America in California

California lawmakers are targeting Teach for America, which places young college graduates in struggling classrooms.

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