• apprentice Education

    Apprenticeships Give Non-Graduates Chance at a Career

    Nov 24, 2012

    Patrick Moreno

    Apprenticeships are important to Long Beach because they are a way for men and women who haven’t received a university education to earn a living-wage, even when more than half of recent college grads nationwide are unemployed, or “underemployed.”
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    Apprenticeships Give Non-Graduates Chance at a Career

    Nov 24, 2012

    Patrick Moreno

    Apprenticeships are important to Long Beach because they are a way for men and women who haven’t received a university education to earn a living-wage, even when more than half of recent college grads nationwide are unemployed, or “underemployed.”
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    Fresno Students Challenge School Discipline Policies

    Nov 18, 2012

    Miguel Bibanco

    More than three years ago, a group of Fresno youths launched an effort to remake the city’s public education system. We knew that too many young people were dropping out of high school and we wanted to stop this epidemic.
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    Fresno Students Challenge School Discipline Policies

    Nov 18, 2012

    Miguel Bibanco

    More than three years ago, a group of Fresno youths launched an effort to remake the city’s public education system. We knew that too many young people were dropping out of high school and we wanted to stop this epidemic.
    Continue to The kNOw Youth Media
  • gonzalez_special_ed_career_highschool-602x476 Education

    Special-ed Teacher Overcomes Tragedy to Succeed

    Nov 15, 2012

    Letisha White

    “The best advice I can give is only to say, don’t hold back,” says John Gonzalez as he takes his student’s hand. John, 35, is a para-educator (aka special-ed teacher) at Sunnyside High School in Fresno. He tells The kNOw how he got to a job he loves.
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    Special-ed Teacher Overcomes Tragedy to Succeed

    Nov 15, 2012

    Letisha White

    “The best advice I can give is only to say, don’t hold back,” says John Gonzalez as he takes his student’s hand. John, 35, is a para-educator (aka special-ed teacher) at Sunnyside High School in Fresno. He tells The kNOw how he got to a job he loves.
    Continue to The kNOw Youth Media
  • Writer Coaches Education

    English Learners Get an Assist From Volunteers

    Nov 05, 2012

    Edgardo Cervano-Soto

    English Language Learners are the fastest growing group of students in American public schools, with an estimated 5.3 million K-12 students. A recent study stated that more than half of ELD students in high school are native-born Americans, de-bunking the common perception that ELD students are immigrants and non-native English speakers.
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    Writer Coaches

    English Learners Get an Assist From Volunteers

    Nov 05, 2012

    Edgardo Cervano-Soto

    English Language Learners are the fastest growing group of students in American public schools, with an estimated 5.3 million K-12 students. A recent study stated that more than half of ELD students in high school are native-born Americans, de-bunking the common perception that ELD students are immigrants and non-native English speakers.
    Continue to Richmond Pulse