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We have a busy show this Wednesday! Joining us are the winners of the High School animated PSA contest to tell us about their experience and to collect their awards for 1st and 2nd place. Next, we’ll talk to Matías Bombal from “Matías Bombal’s Hollywood”, to talk about his movie reviews as well as...
Last Saturday, California State University, Sacramento hosted the 21st Annual Multicultural Education Conference, with venues and lectures on a wide range of topics. One subject in particular caught the attention of Shelby Moffatt, lecturer at Sacramento State’s Department of Health and Human Services. For Moffatt, having more minorities and “at-risk” youth in the Criminal...
Gov. Jerry Brown and state schools chief Tom Torlakson have made plain for years they want no part of the education reform agenda touted by President Obama and think tanks backed by Bill Gates. The state has not pursued federal Race to the Top funds, which were meant to incentivize grant recipients to measure...
McClatchy blew a 10-point lead in the final 1:11 of regulation and also let a four-point advantage slip away in the first overtime. Ouch and double ouch! That first sentence came from a photo cutline on the front page of … Continue reading →
￼SCHOOL CAFETERIA FOOD HAS become a “cuisine” in its own right but not in a desirable way. It conjures up images of unhealthy, unimaginative and unsatisfying meals. A survey by a group called “Fed Up” showed a majority of students threw out part of their lunches multiple times per week.
But a “farm to school” program...
Oh, the spring and summer months, so simultaneously anticipated and dreaded. Months and years of preparation came to a head, as my children and I were thrust into turbulent change. Lily turned 18 and graduated from high school; we saw joyful high school traditions and the rewards of hard work on the snow and...
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 →