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Reagan High School officials are scheduled to meet this week to learn more about federal funding the campus plans to use to expand an academy that prepares students for health professions.
California schools can expect stiff competition when the state kicks off the application process for a highly anticipated $250 million state fund for college and career readiness programs and partnerships this month.
EGUSD Receives $50,000 Specialized Secondary Programs Grant for Digital Media Academy at Pleasant Grove High School
SSP grants help school districts develop innovative programs to help students learn and develop real-world, 21st-century skills.
A shift is underway in California with a commitment to “Linked Learning,” vocational programs that provide a work-based infrastructure relevant to students’ studies while setting them on a career path.
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.
When it comes to local education stories, there were plenty in 2013.
A grant of nearly $1 million to Cal State Long Beach will help the university spearhead a statewide initiative to train educators in Linked Learning, which combines traditional high school education with work-based learning.
John Muir High School may soon offer Pasadena City College courses and allow students to earn college credits while still attending the high school and not have to pay for it.
In 2004, the staff of Kearny High School created the Kearny Educational Complex—four small autonomous high schools, each with a different industry theme.