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“Third time’s the charm”–The First Taiwanese President of Rotary International visits Los Angeles on August 8

“Third time’s the charm”–The First Taiwanese President of Rotary International visits Los Angeles on August 8

-Courtesy photo Gary C.K. Huang, President of Rotary International, will be visiting Los Angeles to attend the Rotary International reception as the Keynote speaker on August 8. Mr. Huang has…

“Third time’s the charm”–The First Taiwanese President of Rotary International visits Los Angeles on August 8

“Third time’s the charm”–The First Taiwanese President of Rotary International visits Los Angeles on August 8

-Courtesy photo Gary C.K. Huang, President of Rotary International, will be visiting Los Angeles to attend the Rotary International reception as the Keynote speaker on August 8. Mr. Huang has…

PUSD Seeks Court Order Keeping SCALE Academy from Opening Within District’s Boundaries

In a move to ensure that local school districts have a say about the public school operations within the geographical area they serve, the Pasadena Unified School District (PUSD) Board…

One-Stop Shopping for Stuttering

Free Teacher Resources for Back-to-School Days As teachers, parents and students prepare for the start of the new academic year, the nonprofit Stuttering Foundation, the leading charitable organization dedicated to…

Governor Brown Announces Appointments to the Committee on Awards for Innovation in Higher Education

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the following appointments to the Committee on Awards for Innovation in Higher Education. The 2014-15 state budget includes $50 million to recognize campuses…

Governor Brown Signs Agreement to Foster Cooperation Between Mexican and American Colleges and Universities

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed an agreement with the Mexican Ministries of Public Education and Foreign Affairs and the National Council for Science and Technology to forge greater ties…

Arcadia native one of 15 Los Angeles Schweitzer Fellows

The Albert Schweitzer Fellowship (ASF) today announced the selection of its 2014-15 class of Albert Schweitzer Fellows from Los Angeles – 15 graduate students who will spend the next year…

PUSD appoints Julianne Reynoso executive director of elementary schools

By SHEL SEGAL The Pasadena Unified School District announced on Friday that Don Benito Fundamental Elementary School Principal Julianne Reynoso has been named executive director of the district’s elementary schools.…

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…