►STATE SCHOOLS CHIEF JACK O'CONNELL ANNOUNCES GUIDE TO MRSA IS TRANSLATED INTO 23 LANGUAGES TO REACH MORE PARENTS
Friday, January 4, 2008 - BURBANK — State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell held a news conference at Burbank High School to announce that A Parent's Guide to MRSA (antibiotic resistant staph) in California: What You Need to Know, an informative brochure produced by the California Department of Public Health, is now available in 23 languages – from Arabic to Vietnamese.
►IVY CHARTER FUNDS AT RISK, LAUSD STALLS APPROVAL
Representatives of Ivy, a high-performing school with an entrepreneurial focus, say they qualify for state funds that would allow them to move into one of a handful of closed
►CALIFORNIA KIDS FALLING BEHIND IN HEALTH, EDUCATION
An Oakland-based youth advocacy group gave low marks to the state of children's health and education in
In its 2008 California Report Card released today, Children Now concluded that the well-being of youth statewide is generally poor and needs top priority even in the face of the current budget crisis.
►LA EDUCACIÓN TIENE LEYES
Sindicato Escéptico Porque las Leyes No Destinan Recursos Financieros/Union Skeptical Because Laws Have No Earmarked Funding
Technical changes to existing laws on Special Education and continued assistance to students who do not pass the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) are two of the 49 laws that come into force this year in the
►ONLINE GATE PD: UC Irvine Offers Online GATE Courses for
Courses Prepare Nation’s Teachers to Recognize and Teach Gifted and Talented Students
In an effort to help K-12 teachers around the country better understand and motivate gifted and talented students, the