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LHS meets AYP, others fall short

By Nancy Gutierrez As federal progress reports and state tests continue to raise their standards, faculty and administrators in school districts continue to create new strategies and implement teaching methods that target students underperforming on California Standards Tests (CST). Schools are evaluated based on student performance on these tests at state and federal levels. The […]

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A living library

By Nancy Gutierrez Taking a lesson from university libraries, resource teacher Joanie Wollenman has completely changed the library experience for students at Washington Elementary School. "I wish we could come here every day," second-grader Aaron Figueroa said as he was leaving the library. Students were amazed when they first experienced the new layout of the […]

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Forum can benefit everyone

By Nancy Gutierrez According to marriage and family therapist Bev Anderson, adolescence is the time in a young persons life when guidance is needed most Unfortunately it is also the time when most parents and children grow apart. "Stress in children is up," Anderson said. "When they hit adolescence, it just blossoms. That is when […]

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Schools meet AYP, except one

By Nancy Gutierrez As federal progress reports and state tests continue to raise their standards faculty and administrators in school districts continue to create new strategies and implement teaching methods that target students underperforming on California Standards Tests. Schools are evaluated based on student performance on these tests at a state and federal level. The […]

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A new science experience

By Nancy Gutierrez For many new teachers fresh out of college, balancing teaching and building a life for themselves can be tough. But for one new teacher at Wilson Middle School, teaching became something to do after most of her children had graduated from college. Chhaya Dwivedi is a first-year teacher like none other. She […]

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Investigationwill not affect local charter school

By Nancy Gutierrez The abrupt closure in August of California Charter Academy's four charter schools has resulted in the closure of 70 satellite campuses statewide. It is estimated that over 9,000 students from these schools will be displaced as a result. The state has nearly 500 public charter schools and approximately 170,000 charter school students. […]

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Schools meet AYP, except one

By Nancy Gutierrez As federal progress reports and state tests continue to raise their standards faculty and administrators in school districts continue to create new strategies and implement teaching methods that target students underperforming on California Standards Tests. Schools are evaluated based on student performance on these tests at a state and federal level. The […]

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A new science experience

By Nancy Gutierrez For many new teachers fresh out of college, balancing teaching and building a life for themselves can be tough. But for one new teacher at Wilson Middle School, teaching became something to do after most of her children had graduated from college. Chhaya Dwivedi is a first-year teacher like none other. She […]

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Investigationwill not affect local charter school

By Nancy Gutierrez The abrupt closure in August of California Charter Academy's four charter schools has resulted in the closure of 70 satellite campuses statewide. It is estimated that over 9,000 students from these schools will be displaced as a result. The state has nearly 500 public charter schools and approximately 170,000 charter school students. […]

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LHS meets AYP, others fall short

By Nancy Gutierrez As federal progress reports and state tests continue to raise their standards, faculty and administrators in school districts continue to create new strategies and implement teaching methods that target students underperforming on California Standards Tests (CST). Schools are evaluated based on student performance on these tests at state and federal levels. The […]

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