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Posted February 12, 2014 in the News

Glendale schools look to recovery

Glendale schools could receive $16 million more in revenue during the next fiscal year compared to the current one, according to school officials.

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Posted January 25, 2014 in the News

NEA's $60 Million 'Great Public Schools' Fund Rolls Out

The National Education Association has announced the first recipients of a fund that supports state and local projects to improve teaching—the latest salvo in a

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Posted February 11, 2013 in California Educator

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CTA grant sparks global studies, reinvigorates school

Second-grader Avary George lives in Grass Valley, a rural Northern California community that looks much like it did during the Gold Rush days. Though a small-town girl, Avary is an expert about rain...

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Posted December 19, 2012 in CCA Advocate

CTA awards and grants honor those whose good deeds to good

Deadline approaches for nominations

In recent years, Mt. San Antonio College Faculty Association earned the CTA Chapter Human Rights Award for its 12-year-old annual variety show, Puttin’...

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Posted March 23, 2012 in California Educator

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IFT grant

“Working with my colleagues, school maintenance employee Sam Phillips, art teacher Carrie Mayfield, and the students in our Potter Valley Multicultural Club has been the best thing I have experienced...

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Posted January 01, 2012 in California Educator

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Norwalk and La Mirada help build renewable future

Students line up to buy “sun-kissed” cookies and pretzels while new batches slowly bake in various types of sun ovens and parabolic solar cookers in the courtyard of La Mirada High School....

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Posted November 23, 2010 in California Educator

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Facing autism

A growing challenge for our school system

“If you break a pencil, is it a huge problem or a small problem?” asks Lisa MacFarland. It’s a question most teachers...

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Posted September 14, 2010 in California Educator

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Funding with strings attached

A troubling power shift is occurring in public education: Corporations are wielding greater and greater influence over education policy and how the federal government funds public education. Corporate...

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Posted September 14, 2010 in California Educator

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Beware of corporations bearing gifts

As government continues to take funding away from public education, schools increasingly put themselves in the hands of private foundations. It begs the question: Is society abdicating control of...

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Posted September 14, 2010 in California Educator

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Sacramento schools under corporate control

In 2003, Sacramento High School became St. Hope Charter High School. At that time Kevin Johnson, a former basketball star with the Phoenix Suns, raised millions of dollars from several corporate...

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