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Calif. Schools Lead the Way Preparing Next Generation of Workers: Latinos

Dec 26, 2011

In 2011, for the first time, more Latino students than white students applied for admission to California State University’s 23 campuses. The numbers reflect not only the state’s growing Latino population, but also the impact of early education programs that...

Calif. Schools Get Failing Grade for Science, Study Finds

Dec 18, 2011

Science education in Salinas’ public elementary schools and across California may not be making the grade, according to research announced this week.Most schools face similar challenges: little time allotted to science instruction, a lack of infrastructure and equipment, and few...

The Incredible Shrinking State Dollars for K-12 Schools

Dec 14, 2011

State funding for California’s K-12 public schools has fallen by $7 billion since the onset of the recession. The state now spends $1,000 less per student than it did in 2007-2008. “There has been a very large reduction in revenues...

UC Davis Students Recall 'Terror' of Being Pepper Sprayed

Dec 13, 2011

Ed. Note: On December 18, student protestors at the University of California Davis were pepper sprayed by campus police while taking part in an Occupy Wall Street rally to protest rising tuition at colleges and universities across the state. Images...

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