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    Hmong Parents Rely on Janitor for Translations

    Jan 17, 2014

    Colby Tilbbet

    Hmong parents and community members recently gathered in Fresno to discuss how local school districts should be allocating their state funds. By the end of the discussion, the message was clear: a lack of translation services for Hmong speakers is the greatest barrier to that community’s engagement with Fresno Unified (FUSD) schools.
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    Hmong Parents Rely on Janitor for Translations

    Jan 17, 2014

    Colby Tilbbet

    Hmong parents and community members recently gathered in Fresno to discuss how local school districts should be allocating their state funds. By the end of the discussion, the message was clear: a lack of translation services for Hmong speakers is the greatest barrier to that community’s engagement with Fresno Unified (FUSD) schools.
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    What Our Schools Need -- A Student's Eye View

    Jan 14, 2014

    Various

    From arsenic-laced drinking water to broken bathrooms, slow computers and bad food, California students weigh in on where school funding is needed most.
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    What Our Schools Need -- A Student's Eye View

    Jan 14, 2014

    Various

    From arsenic-laced drinking water to broken bathrooms, slow computers and bad food, California students weigh in on where school funding is needed most.
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    School-Issued iPads: Distraction or Study Aid?

    Jan 09, 2014

    Brenda Rincon

    The 2013-14 school year marked the start of Coachella Valley Unified School District’s 1:1 Mobile Learning iPad Initiative, which will eventually provide every student with an iPad. While the superintendent says his plan will transform education, bringing schools into the 21st century; not every student is convinced it’s an effective strategy.
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    School-Issued iPads: Distraction or Study Aid?

    Jan 09, 2014

    Brenda Rincon

    The 2013-14 school year marked the start of Coachella Valley Unified School District’s 1:1 Mobile Learning iPad Initiative, which will eventually provide every student with an iPad. While the superintendent says his plan will transform education, bringing schools into the 21st century; not every student is convinced it’s an effective strategy.
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