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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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  • Glendale Community College foundation reports steady success

    For those overseeing the donations to the Glendale Community College Foundation, recent gifts to the organization hint at brighter days for the organization that works to benefit the college and its students .  The foundation’s total assets...
  • Letter: Time is a factor in class enrollment

    Letter: Time is a factor in class enrollment
    It is good to hear that Glendale Community College enrollment is on the rise. I am one of the students that had lots of difficulties enrolling in the college. Many of the students tend to take more units and become a full-time student which is a good...
  • Glendale school board approves science lab redesigns

    Fourteen science labs are slated to be upgraded at Crescenta Valley High School as part of an expanded renovation project that recently received additional funding from the Glendale Unified school board. School board members approved last week spending...
  • Letter: Smoke-free campus is better overall

    Glendale Community College recently became a 100% smoke-free campus. This rule includes eliminating smoking in indoor and outdoor areas across the entire campus. There are no more special smoking areas for smokers. This change is beneficial both for...
  • With grant funds, Glendale Unified examines tobacco prevention

    After securing a grant worth more than $700,000 earlier this year, the Glendale Unified school district has agreed to allot a portion of those funds to pay for animation workshops that will teach students how to make public service announcements that warn...
  • The Whiteboard Jungle: Break was a week lost to education

    The Whiteboard Jungle: Break was a week lost to education
    Now that Glendale students and teachers have experienced the entire week of Thanksgiving off for the first time like their La Caņada brethren, I can officially call such an action a turkey (pun intended). From a selfish standpoint, having a week off of...
  • Students take a swing at JPL's 'Invention Challenge'

    Students take a swing at JPL's 'Invention Challenge'
    Local students channeled their inner Tiger Woods on Friday at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in a competition to hit a hole-in-one in record time. The annual “Invention Challenge” called on middle and high school students, as well as JPL...
  • Black Hawk fan set to fly

    Black Hawk fan set to fly
    Eleven years ago, a student graduating from Clark Magnet High School harbored a slight interest in the military. Now, that student's military interest has blossomed and she is set to start flying Black Hawk helicopters for the Army. In a case of...
  • Letter: Late Roger Rodas was an inspiration

    Letter: Late Roger Rodas was an inspiration
    Regarding the deaths of Roger Rodas and actor Paul Walker in a car crash Nov. 30: It is with a heavy heart and much sadness I mourn the death of Roger Rodas, a former student and friend. When Roger was at Hoover he impressed me with his passion for life...
  • Community: Las Candelas brings snakes to Hillsides

    Las Candelas, a woman's group that supports the needs of emotionally troubled children and youth, including those in Glendale, sponsored an assembly on “Reptiles” for Hillsides Education Center in Pasadena last month. The education center is...
  • Glendale Unified and teachers union reach agreement over online classes

    A new memorandum of understanding between Glendale Unified and its teachers union marks the first agreement by both parties outlining how the district will handle its online classes. Glendale Unified currently offers online courses in government and...
  • Students help flesh out new La Crescenta skate park design

    Students help flesh out new La Crescenta skate park design
    Austin Seo, 17, saw almost all of his favorite skating elements when he was checking out a concept sketch for a proposed skate park in La Crescenta during a design review meeting this week. There were ramps, rails, stairs and other obstacles that can be...