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Scott honored by educators BURBANK -- State...

Scott honored by educators

BURBANK -- State Sen. Jack Scott (D-Burbank) has been named the

recipient of the College Board’s 2003 Legislative Education Leaders

Award.

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Scott received the honor Thursday in San Francisco during the

annual meeting of the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Scott was selected for his efforts to promote educational access,

equity and excellence for all California students.

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Since his election to the Legislature in 1996, Scott has written

bills to create a tax deduction for student loan interest,

fast-tracked the teacher credential process and made it easier for

experienced out-of-state teachers to teach in California.

He serves as chairman of the Senate Budget Subcommittee on

Education, which oversees California’s $50-billion education budget.

The College Board is a national nonprofit membership association

composed of more than 4,200 schools, colleges, universities and other

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educational organizations.

Molly Shore

Burbank boy arrested in shooting

NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- A Burbank teen was arrested Friday on

suspicion of attempted murder after allegedly shooting a Glendale man

in the shoulder.

The 17-year-old boy was arrested about noon near the corner of

Allen Avenue and Glenoaks Boulevard by the Glendale Police gang unit,

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police spokesman Sgt. Kirk Palmer said.

The boy, whose name was not released because he is a juvenile,

allegedly had a handgun with him at the time of his arrest.

The boy will be held at Eastlake Juvenile Hall and is expected to

be arraigned Monday in Pasadena.

Police received calls reporting shots being fired about 5:15 a.m.

Friday and found 36-year-old Gustavo Munoz near the corner of Allen

Avenue and San Fernando Road. He had been shot in the shoulder,

Palmer said.

Munoz was taken to County-USC Medical Center, where he was treated

and released.

The investigation is ongoing and police were still looking into

whether a second man was involved, Palmer said.

Darleene Barrientos


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