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Red Cross Calls For Blood Donations In SGV

Red Cross Calls For Blood Donations In SGV

The American Red Cross is counting on volunteer donors to give blood and help ensure patient needs can be met this summer.  Around Memorial Day, the Red Cross sees a…

San Gabriel Valley’s Asking, ‘Is a Four-Year Degree Worth the Investment’?

San Gabriel Valley’s Asking, ‘Is a Four-Year Degree Worth the Investment’?

By May S. Ruiz All across the United States college students are graduating, alive with the ideals of youth and armed with a four-year degree. They are eager to make…

Is a Four-Year Degree Worth the Investment?

Is a Four-Year Degree Worth the Investment?

By May S. Ruiz The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that colleges and universities will award 1.9 million Bachelor’s degrees this month. And the graduation season is a timely…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces Partnership to Strengthen Early Childhood Education

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Announces Partnership to Strengthen Early Childhood Education

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that California will receive a grant and support to strengthen the quality of early childhood care and education. California will join a partnership…

Native American Educators Who Deserve Recognition

Native American Educators Who Deserve Recognition

  November Marks Native American Heritage Month Names of outstanding Native American Educators inducted into the Youth-on-the-Move International Educators’ Hall of Fame (IEHOF): Mr. David Risling, (1994), Hoopa “Father of Indian…

104 Baldwin Park Unified Students Praised for AP Exam Success

104 Baldwin Park Unified Students Praised for AP Exam Success

One hundred four students at Baldwin Park Unified’s two comprehensive high schools are being honored as AP Scholars by the College Board for their stellar success on Advanced Placement (AP)…

iD Tech Summer Camps Ignite Passion for STEM Learning

iD Tech Summer Camps Ignite Passion for STEM Learning

By May S. Ruiz Just what can a 13-year-old kid possibly accomplish in five days? Something pretty awesome, it turns out. Rana Lulla, who is 13 years old, produced an…

Governor Signs Bill Ensuring Access to Life-Saving Medications in Schools

Huff Legislation Safeguards California Students from Serious Allergic Reactions Legislation designed to protect schoolchildren from serious and sometimes fatal anaphylactic allergic attacks will become law in California after receiving the…

Chef Beltran to Host 8th Annual Gumbo Fest to Benefit Pasadena Education Network

Chef Beltran to Host 8th Annual Gumbo Fest to Benefit Pasadena Education Network

Preeminent chef Claud Beltran announced that his 8th Annual Gumbo Fest will take place at the new Bacchus’ Kitchen, 1384 E. Washington Blvd., Pasadena on Sunday, September 27 from 4 to 8 p.m. The…

Students Spend Summer With Shakespeare at A Noise Within

Students Spend Summer With Shakespeare at A Noise Within

By May S. Ruiz Educational? Check! Enriching? Oh, yes. Peppered with a large dose of fun? Absolutely! At A Noise Within, a classical repertory theatre company founded by Geoff Elliott…

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