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California Schools Under More Stress

May 22, 2012

LOS ANGELES—A new education report finds that California schools are under more stress than ever after years of budgets cuts.The first report by EdSource to analyze school stress factors, “Schools under Stress: Pressures Mount on California’s Largest School Districts” identifies...

Korea, US Agree on School Bullying Study

May 21, 2012

Top educational policymakers of Korea and the United States agreed Monday to conduct a joint study of bullying at schools as part of bilateral cooperation programs on education.Under the agreement, Korea will study U.S. programs on school brutality and its...

President Obama To Appoint Two Vietnamese Americans to Key Posts

May 17, 2012

 President Obama announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to key Administration posts: The President also announced his intent to appoint the following individuals to key Administration posts: · Anhlan P. Nguyen – Member, Board of Directors of the...

Bay Area School District Pins Hope on Parcel Tax

May 04, 2012

SAN PABLO, Calif. -- Kindergarten teacher Stephanie Figula has been warned. Next year, she will be teaching no less than 28 children – four more than she has in her classroom this year, and eight more than the 20 she...

Bay Area School District Pins Hopes on Parcel Tax to Keep Schools Afloat

May 04, 2012

SAN PABLO, Calif. -- Kindergarten teacher Stephanie Figula has been warned. Next year, she will be teaching no less than 28 children – four more than she has in her classroom this year, and eight more than the 20 she...

Minneapolis schools will offer Spanish-language classrooms for native speakers next year

May 02, 2012

 Here are the elephant’s fosas nazales, third grade Andersen Elementary teacher Michelle Fonseca says, in Spanish. (Nostrils.)He has a trompa (trunk), which one third-grader says he can use to “agarrar comida para poner en la boca.” (Grab food to put...

Successful Video-Arts Program on Chopping Block at Inner-City School in Long Beach

Apr 26, 2012

LONG BEACH -- The lights in the full-size television studio illuminate and hum as they warm up, while people prep the equipment and peer into the large camera lenses to get ready to tape the show.It looks and feels like...

Republican Legislator Proposes to Revise DREAM Act

Apr 20, 2012

WASHINGTON — Senator Marco Rubio, (R-FL) delivered details regarding the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act ( DREAM Act) bill this week, which he plans to unveil before September, reports La Opinón. A key element of the bill...

For Chinese Parents, Success Outweighs Scandal at Oakland School

Apr 13, 2012

OAKLAND, Calif. -- One of Oakland’s highest performing schools barely escaped closure last week after coming under scrutiny for shady financial dealings. Supporters of American Indian Charter School argued that the controversy surrounding its founder, Ben Chavis, should not be...

Temporary Protected Status Keeps Family Living in Limbo

Apr 12, 2012

San Francisco--The one thing Godofredo Vasquez, a student at San Francisco State University, realized soon after arriving in the United States at the age of eleven was that his new home is sadly temporary. A native of El Salvador, he...

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