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Is a college education all it’s cracked up to be? In a word, Yes.

By SHEL SEGAL As the expense of a post-secondary education – and the level of student debt – continue to increase, many consumers in the San Gabriel Valley may wonder…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces New Guidance for High School Common Core Math Materials

School administrators have a new tool to help them gauge how well high school math materials align to the Common Core, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced today…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces State Adoption of First English Framework Based on Common Core

California teachers have new guidance in teaching English language arts under the Common Core State Standards with additional support for English learners, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced…

Arcadia Unified Adds Common Core Days Next Year

Arcadia Unified School District is pleased to announce that seven Common Core Days have been added to the 2014-2015 school year. These days will be early release days for students,…

FCC Votes to Expand Internet Access for Schools and Libraries

FCC Votes to Expand Internet Access for Schools and Libraries State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson applauded a ruling by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Friday that marks a…

University Club Donates Historic Books to Pasadena Museum of History

University Club Donates Historic Books to Pasadena Museum of History

-Photo by Fernando Lara The University Club of Pasadena (founded 1922) recently donated a selection of thirty-six historic books from its “member’s library” to the Research Library and Archives of…

Student Access to Quality Computer Science Education Prevails

Student Access to Quality Computer Science Education Prevails

-Courtesy photo Assemblyman Hagman’s Bill to Expand Computer Science Education Unanimously Passes the Senate Education Committee Assemblyman Curt Hagman’s (R-Chino Hills) computer science education bill, Assembly Bill 1539, was unanimously…

AFT Convention in Los Angeles – July 11-14

Fighting Back, Fighting Forward on Top Domestic Issues The American Federation of Teachers’ mid-July convention in Los Angeles will focus on fighting back and fighting forward on key domestic issues…

Altadena Sheriff’s Station Crime Scene Investigator’s Camp for Teens – August 4 -8

Did you ever want to know what it is like to solve a crime as a real crime scene investigator (CSI)? Well, now young people with an interest in crime…

Coalition For Humane Immigrant Rights Of Los Angeles The California Table

The California Table, a network of 52 pro immigration reform organizations throughout the Golden State, unilaterally condemned actions by anti-immigrant zealots in Murrieta this week when immigrant children and families…

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