Tag: education

CSU Students Required To Take Ethnic Studies Or Social Justice Class

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LONG BEACH— The California State University system will require undergraduates to take a course in ethnic studies or social justice starting with the 2023-24...

LAUSD To Keep School Facilities Closed Through August

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LOS FELIZ — On Monday, July 13, the Los Angeles Unified School District uploaded a video on their official Twitter page for the public...

OC Learning Center Continues To Support Students

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CALIFORNIA—On Wednesday, June 4, the Oaks Christian Learning Center has stated that their services will continue to support students despite the outbreak of the...

Beverly Hills Board of Education Explores Reopening Options

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BEVERLY HILLS — On May 26, The Beverly Hills Unified School District (BHUSD) Board of Education virtually met to discuss possible options to safely...

Best Colleges And Universities In California

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UNITED STATES—California is a pleasant sea coast, Silicon Valley, delightful seashores, the sun, Hollywood, surfing, all the most American and the most lovely. We...

Marquez Charter Holds Parade And Navigates Distance Learning

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PACIFIC PALISADES—Teacher Appreciation Week has begun and on Tuesday May 5, Marquez Charter Elementary School held a celebration while adhering to social distancing rules....

Got A Degree, But No Job To Use It

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UNITED STATES─I know I’m not the only person who initially encountered this dilemma after obtaining my undergraduate degree many years ago. You’ve paid all...

New Non-Profit LEAD Benefits Malibu Schools

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MALIBU—A newly formed non-profit called Malibu LEAD was introduced to the Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District. The Leading Educational Advancement and Development (LEAD) program...

Student Loan Debt Crisis

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UNITED STATES─There is indeed a crisis in our country right now; too many people are trapped with excessive student loan debt. Yes, I am...

Study Advice For The Jaded Student

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UNITED STATES—As a student, it doesn’t matter what level you’re at, keeping up with your studies is vital. As a student, it would be...

Santa Monica Schools Receive $2.1 Million

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SANTA MONICA—On Thursday, August 15, the Santa Monica Education Foundation granted the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education meeting, $2,104,564 for the...

High School Vs. College: Which Is Better?

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UNITED STATES—It has been a debate people have discussed for years America, I mean literal years. Is high school or college some of the...

Making Money To Support Yourself In College

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UNITED STATES—Many students have a really difficult time in terms of finances when they are studying at college or university full-time. For those living...

Woodland Hills Student Wins National Merit Scholarship

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WOODLAND HILLS—Nicolette Gelnak, of Woodland Hills who attends Agoura Hills High School, was one of 300 California students to receive $2,500 from National Merit...

Santa-Monica Malibu School District Appoints New Elementary Principal

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MALIBU—The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District appointed its new elementary principal Chris Hertz, during their last board meeting on May 2. Starting July 1,...

Life Trajectory Changes

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UNITED STATES—In a short few weeks I am going to accomplish something that I never thought possible in my life: I’m about to graduate...

Frustrated With Work

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UNITED STATES—Work it is part of every Americans life. We have to work in order to survive. When I say survive I’m referring to...

Young People With Curious Minds!

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HELLO AMERICA!—I am rather overwhelmed by the response I have been receiving from so many young people, especially high school students interested in our...

Progressive Socialists Silence Freedom

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MALIBU—Children of immigrants experience the most diversity. You see your parents sacrifice for a better life, freedom, education and the right to achieve your...

Academics Matter For Kids

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UNITED STATES—I tell this to people all the time and I stress this all the time: academics are vital for kids. If you have...
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