Keep Teachers and School Educational Staff in OAKLAND!
Oakland’s teachers are among the lowest paid in the Bay Area. We’re experiencing a severe teacher shortage in California. It’s more important than ever to be able to recruit and retain quality teachers, school educational staff, and provide middle school enrichment in Oakland schools!Support Measure G1
Including classroom assistants, clerical and maintenance workers – more money so they can choose to live in Oakland, where they work.
By providing educational enrichment activities such as the music, art and world languages so important for a well-rounded education.
By law, YES on G1 ensures all money benefits local Oakland teachers, staff and students – not a dime can be taken by Sacramento politicians. A 5-member Independent Citizens’ Oversight Commission reviews all spending. Seniors 65+ and low-income residents are exempt from Measure G1. Measure G1 expires in 12 years unless renewed by voters.
Developing and training our next generation to become future leaders.
Your vote is needed more than ever to keep experienced, qualified teachers in Oakland. Like you, we’re invested in our City and champion a vision of supporting and mentoring our students and newer teachers.
– Maryann Wolfe, Oakland Tech High School Teacher
Dynamic, excellent school enrichment programs keep students focused on core academics and contribute to a well-rounded education. Join us in supporting YES on G1!
– Kevin Jennings, Montera Middle School Teacher
Nina Senn, Oakland Unified School Board Vice President, District 4
Lacy Lefkowitz, Teacher, Claremont Middle School
Susan Walton, Teacher, 30+ Year Elementary/Middle School Teacher
Melisha Linzie, Para-Educator, Oakland Unified School District
Hezekiah Burton, Skyline High School Graduate and UC Berkeley Student