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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…

Rep. Schiff Names 2019 Appointees to Military Service Academies

Rep. Schiff Names 2019 Appointees to Military Service Academies

Appointees Come From Glendale, Burbank, Los Angeles and La Cañada Flintridge Last week Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) met with students appointed to the Service Academy class of 2019.  Four students…

The 2015 $20,000 ‘Afterschool Awards’ Now Open for Entries

The fifth annual $20,000 “Afterschool Awards,” which recognizes budding K-9 students for their exceptional afterschool activities in Community Service, Music and Arts, and Science and Sports is now accepting entries…

Education Committee Deals ‘Blow to Vocational Education’ Says Huff

Members of the Senate Education Committee bowed to union pressure today and refused to support legislation authored by Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff (R-Diamond Bar) that sought to strengthen and…

Both Pitchers Go the Distance in Valley Christian’s Victory Over Maranatha 4-2

Both Pitchers Go the Distance in Valley Christian’s Victory Over Maranatha 4-2

By Jacob Bigley Tuesday night came down to a pitching battle at Jackie Robinson Field between Valley Christian’s Brett Garcia (#17) and Maranatha’s Paul McAllister (#3), who both pitched complete…

Record High Graduation Rates Reported for 2015

California’s cohort graduation rate has climbed for the fifth year in a row in 2014 to a record high, with the biggest jump taking place among English learners, according to…

California 6th Nationally in Advanced Placement Exam Scores

Earning the state a sixth-place national ranking for the second year running, California’s Class of 2014 kept the momentum going in the percentage of students taking and performing well on Advanced…

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