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School Suspensions: Reward or Punishment?

School Suspensions: Reward or Punishment?

  By Jordan Yassine Suspensions are seen as one of the most severe punishments given by a school. When a school suspends a child, many assume they’ve done…

Free Drinking Water Lead Testing at California Public Schools

Free Drinking Water Lead Testing at California Public Schools

  State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that public schools can receive free testing for lead in drinking water under a new state program. The State Water…

February College Search Guide

February College Search Guide

  The Road to College By May S. Ruiz Freshman Your children are well into the second semester of 9th grade and are now fully engaged in the…

College to Career Transition: Where Schools Fall Short

College to Career Transition: Where Schools Fall Short

  By Horatiu Stefan College is an important milestone for students and parents alike. It…

Goya Foods Offers Four $20,000 Culinary Arts & Food Science Scholarships to Students

Goya Foods Offers Four $20,000 Culinary Arts & Food Science Scholarships to Students

  Goya Foods, America’s largest Hispanic-owned food company, will offer $20,000 Culinary Arts Scholarship granted annually to…

Highlights Next Generation Science Standards Introduced

Highlights Next Generation Science Standards Introduced

  To better prepare students for college and careers State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom…

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August College Search Guide

August College Search Guide

  The Road to College By May S. Ruiz It’s August – for some kids summer vacation is winding down, while for others it has ended.  If your…

Common Core Curriculum and California

By Mary McNulty It is hard to remember any issue that has sparked such a debate in education as the Common Core Curriculum. California finds itself in the…

High Point Academy Imagines a Bright Future

High Point Academy Imagines a Bright Future

By May S. Ruiz Carved into the foothills of Pasadena is a kindergarten to eighth grade independent school that has consistently provided an outstanding education for its students…

Kristin Wright Appointed Director of Special Education Division

Kristin Wright Appointed Director of Special Education Division

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recently announced that he has appointed Kristin Wright as the new special…

Kristin Wright Appointed Director of Special Education Division

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recently announced that he has appointed Kristin Wright as the new special education division director at the California…

Bullying and the California Board of Education

    By Mary Mcnulty Bullying is not a new phenomenon; however the intensity in which it manifests itself is. Every neighborhood has been impacted and California…

Rosemead School District Honored With Prestigious Award

The Rosemead School District recently announced that they have been selected by Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Campaign for Business and Education Excellence (CBEE) as one…

Folklorico Dancers Teach Each Other’s Heritage

      Recently a group of Asian American elementary students learned how to dance ballet Folklorico, as part of a program to learn about the different…

Rosemead’s Best of Thymes Garden Is ‘Growing Up’

    A few dozen Rosemead High School students are growing up in life like their classmates. And, these few dozen students are also doing something positive…

Help Donate to Royal Family Kid’s Camp

Cucamonga Christian Fellowship in Rancho Cucamonga will be hosting the Royal Family Kids’ Camp from June 27 to July 1 to provide up to 30 foster children…

Torlakson Announces $245 Million Award of Career Technical Education Incentive Grants

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced the awarding of $245 million to 265 applicants that integrate academics with career technical and professional training, connect employers…

March College Search Guide

The Road to College By May S. Ruiz For some high schoolers, spring break comes this month. It well may be a welcome respite for your children,…

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