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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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  • Montrose Library's scavenger hunt sees if students measure up to the challenge

    Montrose Library's scavenger hunt sees if students measure up to the challenge
    Children as young as 5 years old embarked on a scavenger hunt this week at the Montrose Library where they were given the task of measuring a dozen items — including themselves. Children’s librarian Erin Straley said the library hosts a...
  • Glendale teacher, student to travel to Normandy for 70th anniversary of D-Day invasion

    Glendale teacher, student to travel to Normandy for 70th anniversary of D-Day invasion
    A Glendale High School teacher and student will travel to Normandy, France, this summer for an institute marking the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion by Allied forces on the territory’s beaches. Beginning in late June, Glendale High history...
  • New year will follow some familiar stories

    New year will follow some familiar stories
    Though it’s only the first day of the new year, the calendar is already packed for the Jewel City. A plastic bag ban goes into effect this year, the Museum of Neon Art is slated to open, the city looks to see how Chief Robert Castro will run the...
  • GCC police cadets support campus safety, earn real-badge experience

    GCC police cadets support campus safety, earn real-badge experience
    The sun shone at Glendale Community College as Art Darbinian, 19, waived to fellow students and maneuvered the tram he uses to help monitor the campus as a cadet at the school’s police department. “One of the things I love about my job is...
  • Learning Matters: A different perspective on the word Christmas

    Learning Matters: A different perspective on the word Christmas
    When Glendale News-Press Editor Dan Evans introduced us new columnists to his staff and each other last August, he expressed a wish for some lively exchanges of perspective between Hoover High School teacher Brian Crosby and me. Today I’ll grant...
  • A Word, Please: The fact is bad writing really upsets her

    A Word, Please: The fact is bad writing really upsets her
    Ask any grammar buff what separates good writers from the not-so-good and you’ll probably get an answer like misuse of “lay” and “lie” or dangling participles or “who” in place of “whom.” But to me,...
  • Glendale Unified on pace with new state law to protect transgender student rights

    A new California law that took effect earlier this month expands the rights of transgender students, allowing them to participate on sports teams and use school facilities such as restrooms and locker rooms that correspond to each student’s gender...
  • Cerritos Elementary hits education milestone

    Cerritos Elementary hits education milestone
    For the first time in its history, Cerritos Elementary is eligible to apply for the California Distinguished Schools award, a program that honors schools across the state for closing the achievement gap. For Principal Cynthia McCarty, who is in her...
  • Thousands of students sign up for GCC winter classes

    More than 4,600 students have enrolled in the first winter session that Glendale Community College is offering since it eliminated the session two years ago. As of Thursday, 4,660 students had enrolled in 185 classes for the winter, said Ron Nakasone,...
  • Glendale PTA: Project Tomorrow wants you to Speak Up

    Glendale Unified’s Speak Up Survey for 2013, which looks at technological issues, is open for input until Friday. Students, parents, educators and administrators can provide the district with valuable information, as well as your viewpoints, on...
  • Glendale Community College celebrates grads

    Glendale Community College celebrates grads
    Students who sometimes work for years to receive their high school equivalency credential have different stories to tell about their educational journey. But as the men and women who walked to the podium to accept their certificates on Tuesday, one...
  • Glendale students choose Chromebooks

    The Glendale Unified school board recently approved spending $750,000 in state funds to purchase 1,300 Google Chromebooks and other technological accessories to fill a computer gap before state standardized testing begins in the spring. As the state...