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Oklahoma County District Court Judge Bernard Jones this morning rejected a move to put the Oklahoma state high school football playoffs on hold and allow the replaying of a disputed quarterfinal game. The controversy, as I wrote yesterday, arose when … Continue reading →
Here’s the messy situation: Referees in a quarterfinal game of the Oklahoma state football playoffs misinterpreted a rule and invalidated a go-ahead touchdown with 64 seconds left to play, costing an Oklahoma City high school team its shot at playing in … Continue reading →
The California Department of Education has made our book, A World of Good Tastes! A Classroom Cooking Manual, by Georgeanne Brennan and Ann M. Evans. This cooking manual, is available free through a link on the CDE e-tool kit for … Continue reading →
DAVIS- Several hundred student demonstrators marched through the UC Davis campus and briefly occupied Mrak Hall, the campus administration building today to protest an impending UC Board of Regents vote on raising student tuition. Demonstrators made not of the fact that this is the third anniversary of the infamous pepper spray incident, in which...
Who says speed dating doesn’t work? Dru Rivers (pictured left ) representing Full Belly Farms in Capay Valley, Yolo County, along with 25 or more farmers met with the same number of school food service in Yolo County’s Norwood Hall … Continue reading →
SACRAMENTO- Students across the country face a new and higher standard of learning called Common Core. As tough as it is for students, it’s the parents who are, in many cases, headed back to school. In Sacramento, parents are getting a crash course in Common Core standards. “It`s not what you know, as much...