The Coast Community College District Board of Trustees elected new officers on December 10 for the 2022 calendar year, during its yearly organizational meeting. With unanimous votes, Trustee Mary Hornbuckle was elected board president, Trustee Lorraine Prinsky was elected board vice president, and Trustee Jim Moreno was elected board clerk.
Think Together, California’s leading nonprofit provider of afterschool, expanded learning and school improvement programs, held its annual Lights on Afterschool event themed Light the Way on Thursday, October 28 on Think Together’s Facebook and YouTube pages. The virtual event drew more than 300 live viewers and featured testimonials from educators,
U.S. Secretary of Education, Dr. Miguel Cardona, announced today that Los Coyotes Elementary School, a school in the Centralia Elementary School District (CESD), has been named a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School. Los Coyotes is one of two schools in Orange County recognized in the “Exemplary High Performing School” category.
St. Catherine’s Academy (SCA), an all-boys’ Catholic school with a military tradition for boys in kindergarten through 8th has opened its doors for in-person class instruction for the 2021-2022 academic school year. The Anaheim school located less than 2 miles from Disneyland, has celebrated more than 132 years of educating
The Coast Community College District congratulates California Community College Chancellor Eloy Oakley on his temporary assignment as special advisor to federal Education Secretary Miguel Cardona. Oakley has close ties with Orange County’s Coast Colleges as an alumnus of Golden West College – one of the Coast District’s three colleges –
On Tuesday, June 22, SynED, a national non-profit organization that identifies emerging best practices for effective articulation between employers, job seekers, and education providers, announced that Henry Hua was selected as its national Cyber Hero for June 2021. Hua is the Dean of Business and Computer Information Systems at Cypress
If you have children or grandchildren, you may already be somewhat familiar with the 529 plan, a popular education savings vehicle. But you may not have kept up with some recent changes in the plan’s capabilities and in the educational environment in which the plan might be used. Let’s start
In his superintent’s report during the Tuesday, May 11, Los Alamitos Unified School District Board meeting (held online), Dr. Andrew Pulver addressed the response to the topic scheduled as Item #9, approval of supplemental materials, Social Justice Standards – The Teaching Tolerance Anti-Bias Framework. Near the start of the report,
The Sixth Annual Parent Union School Choice Fair is on January 30. Learn about quality school options that are available for K-12 students in California tomorrow between 10 am and 12 pm in this free online Zoom event hosted by California Policy Center’s Parent Union. Speakers include: Mari Barke (emcee),
After weeks of pressure, California Governor Gavin Newsom has made the first concession in his battle against parents who are fighting for their children’s right to education, allowing for counties to make the decision on a limited return to school for students with specials needs. While it’s a step in
The Center for American Liberty (@Liberty_Ctr), in coordination with the Dhillon Law Group (@dhillonlaw) and Eimer Stahl LLP, added new plaintiffs and testimony from world-renowned experts demonstrating it’s safe to send students back to school as part of a newly-filed amended complaint and request for preliminary injunction against Governor Gavin
With in-person learning this fall hinging on how well states handle the COVID-19 pandemic, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s States with the Best & Worst School Systems, as well as accompanying videos. In order to determine the best school systems in America, WalletHub compared the