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California Successfully Concludes Field Test of New Assessments, State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces

More than 3 million students participate in trial run of modern computer-based tests to be in place next year Smarter Balanced Field Test has concluded, capping 12 weeks of test-driving…

Thurgood Marshall College Fund Receives $600,000 Grant from the Walmart Foundation

The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) has announced a $600,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to help build future leaders and assist with scholarships for students attending publicly-supported Historically Black…

Temple City Graduate overturns California Teachers’ Tenure

Temple City Graduate overturns California Teachers’ Tenure

Children in Class (file photo) – by Terry Miller The judge who has ruled that California’s tenure protections for public school teachers are unconstitutional hails from Temple City. Los Angeles…

Citrus College to Award 2,119 Associate Degrees

Citrus College to Award 2,119 Associate Degrees Student Leaders Among Graduates to be Honored at 98th Commencement Ceremony GLENDORA, Calif. – On June 14, Citrus College will award 2,119 associate…

Cal State L.A. to confer bachelor’s degrees upon 4 SGV teens

More than a dozen Early Entrance Program grads in Cal State L.A.’s Class of 2014 Four San Gabriel Valley students–all of them still teenagers–will receive their baccalaureate degrees during Cal…

Linked Learning Alliance Applauds Legislature and Governor for Second $250 Million Infusion in Career Pathways Trust

The Linked Learning Alliance today applauded the agreement between the California State Legislature and Governor Jerry Brown to include a second infusion of $250 million for the Career Pathways Trust…

Pasadena Unified Teachers Receive Local And National Accolades

Pasadena Unified Teachers Receive Local And National Accolades

Courtesy Photo from L to R: Ravishanth Dev Anandhan (Sierra Madre Middle School), Mellason Chidester, (Longfellow Elementary School), Rose Evans (Pasadena High School), Maria A. Soto (Willard Elementary School) and…

Los Angeles High School Students Conduct Environmental Research Alongside Scientists

Fifty high school students from Los Angeles County schools have been awarded an Ignite LA Student Science Award, a fellowship program sponsored by the LA-based Durfee Foundation, in partnership with…

TCHS Graduate Accepted to Fulbright Fellowship and Harvard Business School

TCHS Graduate Accepted to Fulbright Fellowship and Harvard Business School

Christine Keung, a 2010 Temple City High School graduate, has been accepted to Harvard Business School in Cambridge, Massachusetts but will defer her admission to earn a Masters in Business…

Temple City Library Programs for July

Children Programs English Chinese Bilingual Story time, every Tuesday, 10:30-11:30 a.m. Baby Bounce Story time, every Wednesday, 10-11 a.m. Toddler Story time, every Wednesday, 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. Pajama…