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Category: Education

15 California School Districts Begin Serving Locally Grown Foods to Students

Last week, 15 school districts across California began serving their students school lunches made from foods grown in California and prepared freshly just for them.
categories EducationFoodHealthYouth

The Hollywood Mamalogues: We’re Homeschooling and It’s Totally Normal

Amy Anderson's daughter Aubrey Anderson-Emmons plays the role of Lily on the Emmy-winning show "Modern Family."
categories EducationFamily/Inter-generational News

Forum Examines Quality in Early Education

Leaders in education, government, and business from all across the country descended on the Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday to discuss the importance of early education.
categories EducationPolitics

One Topic, Twenty Directors

“We the Economy: 20 Short Films You Can’t Afford to Miss” is a series of short films that aim to help everyday viewers better understand economic issues.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessEconomyEducation

A is for Activist: For the Next Generation of Progressives

An ABC board book for children and their parents that promotes social awareness and encourages action for positive change.
categories Arts & CultureEducationYouth

Why Are Southern California's Chinese Schools Losing Students?

Enrollment in the region's Chinese-language schools has steadily decreased in the last 10 years, World Journal (世界新闻) reports.
categories EducationNeighborhoodsRace/Ethnic Relations

UC-Backed State Loan Program Will Provide Aid to Undocumented Students

Undocumented UC students who qualify for in-state tuition but are ineligible for federal assistance soon will be able to borrow up to $4,000 a year.
categories EducationImmigration

Community Gathers Support for Accused Fil-Am Calif. Teacher

In September, Bernadette Yuson was accused of using a racial slur against a black student, while rearranging the desks in class. Yuson, who has been placed on administrative leave by the school district, claims to be innocent.
categories EducationRace/Ethnic Relations

Small STEM School Takes on Big Challenge

The STEM Academy on the campus of Hollenbeck Middle School in Boyle Heights currently only offers classes to 9th and 10th grade students, but will add 11th grade in fall 2015 and 12th grade in the fall of 2016.
categories EducationNeighborhoods

UC Davis Student Establishes On-Campus Undocumented Center

A harsh reality once stood between Ana Maciel of Soledad, California, and her dream of a college education: She is an undocumented immigrant.
categories EducationImmigrationMultimediaYouth
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