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Posted October 20, 2014 in the Blog

Midnight Monday is Voter Registration Deadline for November Election

That clock you hear ticking loudly is the one marking the close of voter registration for the...

Posted February 11, 2013 in California Educator

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A day in the life of a school nurse

She doesn’t wear white. And she doesn’t back off if she thinks a student’s health is at risk.

Meet school nurse Colette McGeough, who wears sandals instead of sturdy white...

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Posted April 16, 2013 in California Educator

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Do more Z’s help the three R’s?

You snooze, you lose?
Not necessarily.

Research shows snoozing helps teens gain in academic achievement, so some districts changed the bell schedule — or are planning...

Related Tags:Volume 17 Issue 7, Educator Feature, Inside Educator, Educator, Health, Student,

Posted September 12, 2013 in California Educator

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Good Teaching Conference North

Sharing best practices and trends is a hallmark of CTA’s Good Teaching Conferences. All presenters pass rigorous muster for the opportunity to share their knowledge, skill and expertise with CTA...

Related Tags:Volume 17 Issue 6, Make A Difference, Inside Educator, Educator, Conferences, Health, Professional Development, Trainings,

Posted July 10, 2012 in California Educator

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The drug of choice

Images of Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse and Marilyn Monroe flicker across a computer screen at the front of the classroom.

“What do they have in common?” asks...

Related Tags:Volume 16 Issue 9, Educator Feature, Inside Educator, Educator, Health, Legal, Safety, Student,

Posted July 10, 2012 in California Educator

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The fourth ‘R’: Recovery

Jolene, 17, was hooked on prescription pain pills. Her drugs of choice were Percocet and OxyContin. Now a recovering drug addict, she is a student at Sober Community School in San Luis Obispo.

“This...

Related Tags:Volume 16 Issue 9, Educator Feature, Inside Educator, Educator, Health, Safety, Student,

Posted July 10, 2012 in California Educator

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Let’s get physical: Brain damage and bullying

Diane Farthing tells students something many already know: The reason people do drugs is because it feels good — even though the consequences are bad.

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