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Student Access to Arts Education Growing in California, Visalia

Student access to arts education in California is growing, but the state isn't where it needs to be, according to a recently completed project by California's Statewide Arts Education Coalition.

March 21, 2018 | Visalia Times Delta
Visalia Students Learn What It Takes to Be "Future Ready"

Visalia students ready to take on the workforce participated in the second annual Be Future Ready student conference at the Visalia Wyndham Hotel on Thursday.

September 29, 2016 | Visalia Times Delta
Medical Apprentice Program Gives Students Inside Look at Medical Field

Visalia Unified high school students got a glimpse of what a future in the medical field might look like this week thanks to Kaweah Delta’s first Medical Apprentice Program.

June 10, 2016 | Visalia Times Delta
Career Academies Give Students a Leg Up

Local eighth graders filled Tulare’s Galaxy Theater last week as part of the Tulare Joint Union High School District’s Linked Learning Academies program.

February 1, 2016 | Visalia Times Delta
Federal Policymakers Visit Porterville Schools

A learning process known as Linked Learning, which got its start as a pilot program in 2008 at only a handful of schools including Porterville, is gaining in popularity.

September 26, 2014 | Visalia Times Delta
Linked Learning Gaining Momentum

Doug Murdock is a young man who is attending College of the Sequoias to start his career goal in becoming a California licensed Architect.

August 3, 2014 | Visalia Times Delta
Porterville Education Program is Leading the Way

Many may not know where the city of Porterville is or may never have even heard of the Tulare County region.

July 31, 2014 | Visalia Times Delta
Local Educators Receive $15 Million

On Friday, educators of Tulare and Kings counties were pleased to learn they were selected in a competitive application process to receive $15 million in funds from the California Career Pathways Trust.

June 2, 2014 | Visalia Times Delta