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  • Glendale schools prepare for new state standards

    A new two-year plan is underway in Glendale schools to train educators as they get ready to start teaching the new Common Core State Standards, which are designed to improve students' critical thinking skills. All but a handful of states —...
  • William Inhelder

    William Inhelder
    Born November 1926 in Ridgefield, New Jersey Died June 14, 2013 in Burbank, California. William passed away at the age of 86 due to an accident. He was a finance clerk in the United States Army and received a World War II Victory Medal. After his...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: Thoughts at the end of the school year

    The Crosby Chronicles: Thoughts at the end of the school year
    Each end of the school year brings mixed feelings: The relief that the marathon of lessons and assignments is coming to a close along with the sadness to say goodbye to students who I have known up to all four years of high school.   This annual beginning...
  • Crescenta Valley High School holds graduation on campus

    Crescenta Valley High School holds graduation on campus
    More than 700 graduates crowded the track field at Crescenta Valley High School on Tuesday to become the first class in decades to accept diplomas at the campus. Principal Michele Doll thanked seniors Jillian Kauffman and Taylor Berns for initiating the...
  • News-Press Editorial: Solving the turmoil at GCC

    Glendale Community College trustees had a short-lived moment of relief this week, having approved a three-year contract with David Viar, who will serve as the school's new superintendent/president beginning this summer. Despite progress made on that...
  • Op-ed: The importance of mental health in schools

    More than a month after the shooting rampage in Newtown, Conn., mental health professionals stated that psychological disorders often emerge before people enter high school; however, only a small percentage of students ever receives necessary intervention...
  • Glendale schools to take April 24 off

    Glendale Unified students and teachers will have next April 24 off in commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, following an agreement signed by school officials and the teachers union this week. Thousands of students of Armenian descent typically skip...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: the pros and cons of AP tests

    The Crosby Chronicles: the pros and cons of AP tests
    Each May high school kids have a soft two-week vacation when Advanced Placement exams are administered.   AP tests are important because a student can earn college credit by scoring at a certain level. For parents, that may mean a savings of tuition...
  • GCC faculty head quits

    Roughly a month before a new superintendent takes the helm at Glendale Community College, the president of the Faculty Guild publicly announced her resignation on Monday, citing building tensions with trustees. The announcement from Isabelle Saber at...
  • Clark Magnet teacher wins coveted award

    Clark Magnet teacher wins coveted award
    Clark Magnet High School teacher Dominique Evans-Bye is one of 11 teachers across the country — and the only one in California — to win a coveted environmental award that honors her innovative and hands-on approach to teaching science. An...
  • King moves up in Glendale Unified School District

    A Glendale Unified educator who began teaching in the district 23 years ago will take on a new leadership post in July as assistant superintendent of educational services. Kelly King will take the position that was held by John Garcia, who left Glendale...
  • The Crosby Chronicles: How teachers can appear more professional

    A few blog posts ago I discussed how important it is for teachers to dress professionally on the job rather than dress for a backyard barbecue in order to garner respect for themselves as well as for their profession. I’d like to add a few...