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Listen Carefully Contest Challenges Students to Create a PSA About Noise-Induced Hearing Loss, Which Affects 1 in 6 American teens

To raise awareness about noise-induced hearing loss in teens, Listen Carefully, a Starkey Hearing Foundation program, launched a national video contest November 24 challenging middle school and high school students…

Pasadena Awarded Grant for 2015 Summer, Afterschool Meal Programs

The City’s Human Services and Recreation Department received a $50,000 grant from the National League of Cities (NLC) to streamline afterschool and summer meal programs for Pasadena-area children. The department…

State Schools Chief Torlakson Announces Guidance on New Science Standards

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson said the state is one step closer to implementing the California Next Generation Science Standards (CA NGSS) as the State Board of Education…

Tandem College Counseling Team Proves Highly Effective

Tandem College Counseling Team Proves Highly Effective

Front row, from left: Elena Buckley, Natalie Johnson, Sophie Brahos, Charlotte Anderson Back: Courtney Kelly, Alex Eisele, Mary Patano, Sheila Roohan – Courtesy photo There are many things that make…

NCRF’s Inaugural Latino College Expo Comes to Los Angeles Convention Center December 13

“Latino Students meet one-on-one with Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI)” The National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) presents the 1st Latino College Expo (LCE), Saturday, December 13, 2014 from 9:00am to 5:00pm…

State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson Releases Physical Fitness Test Results Showing California Students Becoming More Fit

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that the percentage of students who met the Healthy Fitness Zone performance standards in all six areas continued to climb this year,…

Woodcraft Rangers Gives Kids the Tools They Need to Succeed

Woodcraft Rangers Gives Kids the Tools They Need to Succeed

- Woodcraft Rangers and the Learn to Read, Read to Learn Program help young students achieve their goals - Reading is an essential skill to have and creates an abundance…

Why Educational Reform Cannot Work

By Charles M. Reigeluth, Ph.D. Think of our schools as a horse and buggy – it worked well in a different time, but times have changed. Educational needs have changed…

PEN’s 5th Annual Poker Tournament is a Sure Bet!

PEN’s 5th Annual Poker Tournament is a Sure Bet!

-Courtesy photo The Pasadena Education Network (PEN) presents its 5th Annual “Don’t Gamble with Our Kids’ Education” Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament on Friday, November 14 at the Scott Pavilion,…

Tom Torlakson Announces Updated Resource to Help School Districts Get Families and Communities Involved in Students’ Education

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recently released updated guidance that assists districts in planning and implementing programs to increase parent participation in their child’s education and meet the…

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