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State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson visited Harmony Magnet Academy in Strathmore on Aug. 22 to examine how Career Technical Education is evolving in the Central Valley.
California State Superintendent of Instruction Tom Torlakson was genuinely impressed as he toured Harmony Magnet Academy Friday, and he should have been impressed.
Impressive. An A-plus accommodation. Talented students and great instructors. That from Tom Torlakson, California’s State Superintendent of Instruction, who had nothing but nice things to say about Harmony Magnet Academy (HMA) following a visit to the school Friday.
Porterville Unified School District (PUSD) students have been the recipients of an ever-increasing number of scholarships, awards, grants and accolades over the past several years, a testament to the performance gains achieved across the entire District.
The school bell will ring again beginning Monday when Chino Valley school district, Loving Savior Lutheran School in Chino Hills, and New Hope Christian School in Chino begin the 2014-15 school year.
A San Diego group that espouses a method of teaching called Linked Learning will distribute $350,000 to high schools in five local school districts.
Education Synergy Alliance (ESA), an organization sparking transformative change in San Diego education, announced today that it received $250,000 from The James Irvine Foundation and an additional $100,000 from the local Moxie Foundation.
Doug Murdock is a young man who is attending College of the Sequoias to start his career goal in becoming a California licensed Architect.
Many may not know where the city of Porterville is or may never have even heard of the Tulare County region.