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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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  • Clark Magnet students secure environmental grant

    Over the next three years, Clark Magnet High School students will document the debris plaguing the marine life off the California coast with help from a $99,767 grant they recently received from State Farm. Clark Magnet teacher Dominique Evans-Bye,...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' volleyball passes first-round test

    Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' volleyball passes first-round test
    LA CAÑADA —The chants became louder from the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy student section in the fourth game. “She's a freshman, she's a freshman,” students yelled. Flintridge Sacred Heart's students were referring to Tologs...
  • Walk aims to help teens learn life coping skills

    The first local walk of its kind designed to inspire teens to celebrate life and connect with adults who can guide them through personal challenges or thoughts of suicide will take place Saturday in La Crescenta. The idea for the walk came from Mark...
  • Assemblyman Gatto's father shot in home: 'Senseless and brutal'

    Assemblyman Gatto's father shot in home: 'Senseless and brutal'
    As Los Angeles police began canvassing the quiet Silver Lake neighborhood for clues about who may have killed Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s father, family friends began arriving at the home to pay their respects. Lauren Wayne, who said she has known...
  • Glendale Police Department settles racial profiling case with three Latino students

    Three Latino students who sued the Glendale Police Department alleging racial profiling have settled for $2,500, according to court documents released this week. Negotiations continue with the Glendale Unified School District, which is a co-defendant...
  • Artists, students call Joseph Gatto 'great educator of the arts'

    Artists, students call Joseph Gatto 'great educator of the arts'
    Artists and art students from around Greater Los Angeles remembered art teacher Joseph Gatto, who was found shot to death in his Silver Lake home, as a great educator and promoter of the arts. Artist Robert Vargas, who did the mural in downtown L.A....
  • Joseph Gatto autopsy scheduled as homicide investigation continues

    Joseph Gatto autopsy scheduled as homicide investigation continues
    An autopsy was scheduled Friday for Joseph Gatto, a beloved teacher, artist and the father of a state assemblyman who was found shot to death in his Silver Lake home. The Los Angeles County coroner's office said the autopsy was scheduled for sometime...
  • Hoover High students to stage 24-hour improv event

    Hoover High students to stage 24-hour improv event
    Hoover High drama students are preparing this week for their annual improvisation marathon in which dozens of students will spend 24 hours performing onstage beginning at 6 p.m. Friday. Fourteen-year-old Hoover freshman Vivica Rush said some students...
  • Child's family sues Glendale Unified School District

    The family of a former Rosemont Middle School student filed a lawsuit earlier this year against the Glendale Unified School District after the girl allegedly suffered a traumatic head injury and memory loss after falling on campus in October 2011. Five...
  • Learning Matters: Reducing childhood stress is a balancing act

    Learning Matters: Reducing childhood stress is a balancing act
    Educators are caught in a circular conundrum. Students are stressed, and their parents, grandparents, mental health professionals and educators themselves all worry about the effects of that stress on student health, well-being, and, yes, on academic...
  • Improv marathon keeps students wide awake

    Improv marathon keeps students wide awake
    By the time noon came around on Saturday, Hoover High drama students and their teacher had largely stayed awake for 17 hours in the drama room on campus where they hosted their annual 24-hour improv marathon event. By that time, Kristina Laue, who was...
  • Letter: More background on district history

    I would like to add to James Gorton's detailed letter regarding the Sagebrush issue in western La Cañada Flintridge (“Sagebrush history: effort and outlook,” Mailbag, Oct. 30). The La Cañada community did have its own school system, an...