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Free Education In California: The California Promise Grant

Students across California are now able to access free community college classes for their freshman year, thanks to recent changes in the California Promise Grant. These changes have many students excited to start their academic career, while the same modifications to...

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7 Things Teachers Wish Parents Knew

1. It's Not Just a Job This is first on the list, because it's important for parents to understand that we invest in our students emotionally. This is not the kind of career where you can clock out at the end of the day and leave everything behind. Our interest in...

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Bill Gates’ New Approach To Education Philanthropy

Speaking at the annual conference of the Council of the Great City Schools in Cleveland on Thursday 19th, 2017, Bill Gates, the chairman and co-founder of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, said the foundation will change strategy in regards to education...

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California Bans High School Exit Exam

The state of California has now officially banned the California High School Exit Exam (also known as CAHSEE). Assembly Bill 830 was signed into law by state Governor Jerry Brown on October 10, 2017, which scraps the graduation requirement for high school students...

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Defining Effective And Ineffective Teachers

California's teacher evaluation laws have needed revision for some time, and legislators continue to argue about how they should be rewritten. Specifically, the issue is how to define effective and ineffective teachers. Teachers today face many issues in the...

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