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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
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  • Prof. Schwarzenegger gives a lecture on post-partisanship

    Prof. Schwarzenegger gives a lecture on post-partisanship
    Charisma counts. Former President Clinton proved it at the Democratic National Convention, and former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger proved it Monday at USC.
  • Community colleges' promise meets bitter reality

    Community colleges' promise meets bitter reality
    In 1971, I was a high school graduate without much money and even less of a plan. A community college campus seemed like a good place to try to figure things out, so I enrolled at Diablo Valley College in the San Francisco Bay Area. In two years there, I...

    Reinvigorating 'career tech' a worthy goal

    Reinvigorating 'career tech' a worthy goal
    SACRAMENTO — We used to call it "shop." Wood shop. Auto shop. Then the educators got fancy and renamed it "vocational education." Later, as the dot.com era dawned, it was rebranded "career tech." Now, throughout much of California, you can...

    Gov. Jerry Brown is poised for a big victory

    Gov. Jerry Brown is poised for a big victory
    SACRAMENTO — California is close to making the most sweeping change in how it spends money on schools since Ronald Reagan was governor four decades ago. And Gov. Jerry Brown is on the verge of a monumental personal triumph — a legacy...

    The downside of superstar schools

    The downside of superstar schools
    You could say that Carpenter Elementary in Studio City owes its survival to students from other neighborhoods. A generation ago, their presence kept the campus from being shut down, after local families fled to private schools to avoid Los Angeles...