UC Berkeley Center for Cities + Schools

at 316 Wurster Hall, # 1870, Berkeley, 94720-1870 United States

The Center for Cities + Schools, formally established in 2004 at UC Berkeley as an interdisciplinary initiative between the Graduate School of Education and the College of Environmental Design, partnering with Department of City and Regional Planning. Our vision for the Center was born out of over twenty years of work related specifically to schools and public housing in the San Francisco Bay Area and across the nation. The Center is housed at the Institute of Urban and Regional Development (IURD).

UC Berkeley Center for Cities + Schools
316 Wurster Hall, # 1870
Berkeley , CA 94720-1870
United States
Contact Phone
P: (510) 642-4874

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Cultivating collaboration between city + school leadersAuthentically Engaging Young people in City planning + social changeSpreading solutions at the intersection of education + urban policy