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Glendale’s garbage and gas: less is better

Power plants and landfills are two of the most potent sources of greenhouse gases, and Glendale is in the throes of reconfiguring both as the city tries to meet regulations to reduce dependence on dumps and fossil fuels. But the city is moving with eyes on the rearview mirror.

The Whiteboard Jungle: Lack of knowledge about tragedies in the past does not portend well for the future

Two-thirds of millennials (born between 1981-1996) can’t identify Auschwitz as a concentration camp. Worse, nearly one-quarter aren’t sure if they ever heard the word Holocaust.

Learning Matters: What’s in a name? It can truly matter

“The more an academic subject relates to the lives of students, the better for student learning.” That’s my recollection of a key lesson from my three graduate classes in secondary education.

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