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Educators from across the United States recently visited Antioch High School’s Linked Learning Pathways to gain information about creating similar programs in their schools.
About 20 community members recently went back to school for a day. Their assignment: Connect with students and see them honing their future work skills.
Under the watchful eye of Marin County prosecutor Otis Bruce, Jr., De Anza High School senior Angelina Quilic, 18, stepped confidently to the podium in her law academy class and fired questions at her witness, classmate Kofi Asante, 17.
The Atlantic Philanthropies is committed to spending its considerable endowment by 2020 in a final push to find workable answers to some seemingly intractable social problems.
California has much room for improvement as it strives to provide for the education, health care and welfare of children, particularly in making sure each child has affordable health coverage, according to a report released Tuesday.
The school district is going solar — and it hopes to energize student learning in the process.