The excellent KQED Forum program, hosted by Michael Krasny, is covering the Berkeley High science controversy tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. Krasny’s guests will be Jill Tucker, education writer for The San Francisco Chronicle; Karen Hemphill, president of the BUSD board; Mardi Sicular-Mertens, senior member of the BHS science department; and Peggy Scott, parent representative on the BHS governance council.

You can listen on 88.5 FM or through the web stream.

Catch up on the story so far with Berkeleyside’s coverage:

Endangered science at Berkeley High School [12.11.09]
Science at BHS: An open letter [12.14.09]
Science and equity: BHS parents weigh in [12.16.09]
BHS Board meeting dominated by science issue [12.17.09]
The BHS science flap — the ripples are spreading [12.30.09]
BHS science/equity debate: The latest [1.06.10]
Next on the BHS agenda: Meeting with superintendent [1.11.10]

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