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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
A collection of news and information related to Teaching and Learning published by Tribune Company sources.
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  • Antibullying talk in Crescenta Valley focuses on the positive

    An antibullying program that’s being introduced in Glendale Unified schools was in the spotlight Thursday during a discussion on the topic at Crescenta Valley High School. The event, hosted by the CV Alliance, featured Scott Anderle, Glendale...
  • Glendale schools look to recovery

    Glendale schools could receive $16 million more in revenue during the next fiscal year compared to the current one, according to school officials. Glendale Unified expects to receive $180.7 million in 2014-15, up from $164.6 million in the current fiscal...
  • Glendale school district announces dual-language program's high school offerings

    As Glendale school officials continue to review a plan to offer the district’s popular dual-language immersion classes through the 12th grade, they announced this week which high schools would offer the foreign-language courses. At the elementary...
  • Arturo Sandoval to perform a benefit concert at Glendale's Alex Theatre

    Arturo Sandoval to perform a benefit concert at Glendale's Alex Theatre
    Classical musician and composer Arturo Sandoval, who discovered his love for music as a boy growing up in Cuba, will share his talent at the Alex Theatre later this month in a concert aimed to cultivate music education in today's youth. His Glendale-...
  • Daily High students win approval to plant garden

    Daily High students gained approval from the Glendale school board this week to build a garden that will grow fruit trees and vegetables to sell to school officials and fuel the school’s bistro program. Among the students who pitched the idea to...
  • Area students to test science knowledge

    Area students to test science knowledge
    Students at Hoover and Crescenta Valley high schools will compete Saturday in a regional competition to determine which team from across Southern California will compete in the National Science Bowl hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington,...
  • Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to perform at the Alex

    Big Bad Voodoo Daddy to perform at the Alex
    A concert to benefit the arts and music programs in Glendale Unified later this month will feature Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, a swing band that’s had major national hits and has local ties — the children of two of its members attend Glendale...
  • Two Glendale schools named international academies

    Franklin Magnet Elementary and Toll Middle School received a significant honor this week with an announcement from the Spanish government naming the schools international academies. That designation was awarded by Spain’s ministry of education,...
  • Learning Matters: The world of education is wide open

    Learning Matters: The world of education is wide open
    Parents have a lot to decide about their children’s education. From a child’s earliest years to adulthood, parents grapple with the choices they or their child must make in the pursuit of success and happiness. In my lifetime, the educational...
  • Young Glendale singing group makes its presence felt

    Young Glendale singing group makes its presence felt
    There’s a new show choir in town, and unlike the majority of groups across the state, and even the country, this 45-member choir is made up of children as young as 9 years old. In May, the Mark Keppel Elementary show choir — who attend...
  • Common Core gets overview in Glendale

    During a meeting with the Glendale Unified’s superintendent on Tuesday, several local parents said their main concern about the state’s new curriculum is the new tests students will take in April and May. Called Common Core State Standards,...
  • NASA astronaut speaks at La Crescenta Elementary

    NASA astronaut speaks at La Crescenta Elementary
    NASA astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson told a large group of La Crescenta Elementary students on Thursday what it’s like to be in space, sharing everything from what type of food she ate to how she exercised in zero-gravity. The Arcadia-born...