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Posted September 09, 2011 in California Educator

delgado

Are we endangering science?

The kindergartners at Audubon Elementary School in Foster City stare intently at the goldfish swimming in a bowl. They are amazed  to learn fish actually breathe through gills. They are intrigued...

Related Tags:Volume 16 Issue 1, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Educator, Curriculum, ESEA-NCLB, Science, Shortage, Testing,

Posted June 20, 2011 in California Educator

inglewood

Inglewood teachers face district's financial crisis

Members of the Inglewood Teachers Association (ITA) have persevered through trying times, and their district may now be taken over by the state.

In June 2010, the ITA negotiations team...

Related Tags:Volume 15 Issue 9, Inside Educator, Educator, Take A Stand, Financial, Funding, Layoffs, Organize, Parents, Shortage,

Posted March 29, 2010 in California Educator

martinwallace

Higher education on life support

For the past 50 years, California’s students have been told that if they work hard and do well in school, they will have access to an affordable, quality college education. But for many of California’s...

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 6, Educator, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Shortage, Higher Education, Funding, Budget,

Posted March 29, 2010 in California Educator

shelleybruce

Feeling the pain at Cal Poly Pomona

Andrea Edwards has postponed graduation from Cal Poly Pomona — for the second time — because she can’t get the classes she needs. The 25-year-old student lives at home and takes care of her grandmother....

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 6, Educator, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Budget, Funding, Higher Education, Shortage,

Posted March 29, 2010 in California Educator

lake tahoe

Tough times at Lake Tahoe Community College

Alex Mellon can’t believe it, but he actually misses doing homework for chemistry class. Homework assignments helped him learn the material, says the 36-year-old student who once made his living...

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 6, Educator, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Shortage, Higher Education, Funding, Budget,

Posted December 21, 2009 in California Educator

CTA gears up to defend education funding

CTA’s representatives in Sacramento are gearing up for what promises to be another protracted battle to protect public education funding as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and lawmakers begin work to...

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 4, Budget, Financial, Funding, Lawmaker, Layoffs, News, Shortage, Educator, Publications, Action, Inside Educator,

Posted May 31, 2009 in California Educator

La Puente students feel 'picked on' because they are poor

The school: Last year the Hacienda La Puente Unified School District slashed $5.7 million from its budget. More cuts will be made next year. California Elementary School in...

Related Tags:Volume 13 Issue 8, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Achievement gap, Awareness, Budget, Funding, Layoffs, Shortage, Teacher, Student,

Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

Teacher Shortage

With about 1/3 of the teachers nearing retirement, the Center for the Future of Teaching and Learning estimates that CA will need an 100,000 more teachers over the next decade.

Related Tags:Shortage, Teaching profession,

Posted November 29, 2012 in California Educator

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Is it OK to pay for supplies out of pocket?

YES

 

If teachers want to pay for supplies out of pocket, it’s OK, as long as it’s voluntary. I pay for supplies because it is important to me that my students have...

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