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Virtual Channel Islands Maritime Museum Speaker Series: “The Mysteries of Antarctica”

Virtual Channel Islands Maritime Museum Speaker Series: “The Mysteries of Antarctica”

Oxnard, CA – Dr. Kathleen Roos is driven by a love of science and the environment and has over 30 years environmental experience across the globe from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast of the US to Russia, Thailand, Nepal, Iceland and the Pacific Islands. On the southern-most tip of the planet rests one of […]

The teachers unions keep racking up dubious awards

The teachers unions keep racking up dubious awards

    By Larry Sand In the past week, I have seen cashiers, cops, postal employees, pharmacists, doctors, receptionists, nurses, bus drivers and others who work directly with the public remain on the job. Maybe they realize that if they don’t work, they will have no income. Maybe they have a sense of duty. Whatever. During […]

Public School Exit – ASK THE EXPERTS – Session 5 – August 12

Public School Exit – ASK THE EXPERTS – Session 5 – August 12

  Ask The Experts – Weekly Online Webinar  WEDNESDAY’s 11am PST • 1pm CST • 2pm EST Next Call this Wednesday, August 12, 2020 SCHOOL OPTIONS AND CURRICULUM Do you need help, advice or want to know more about the exciting educational opportunities available for your children other than a public school? Our experts will be […]

New York Governor: Schools Can Reopen This Fall

New York Governor: Schools Can Reopen This Fall

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Schools in New York state can reopen this fall, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday. Cuomo, a Democrat who had held off on deciding for weeks, said the low COVID-19 infection rate in the state, along with a small number of new CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus cases and deaths, led to his choice. The statewide infection rate was 1 percent […]

Childcare permitted on school sites following the state guidance

Childcare permitted on school sites following the state guidance

School waivers not yet allowed in Ventura County Ventura, CA – The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued information this week on what it would take for elementary schools to open for in-person instruction in counties on the state monitoring list. Ventura County Public Health will consider accepting waivers once the numbers improve in […]

Knives Out: Conejo Leftists Already Go Super-Negative in CVUSD Campaign

Knives Out: Conejo Leftists Already Go Super-Negative in CVUSD Campaign

By Pat Lynch NEWBURY PARK, CA – In an unprecedentedly early campaign attack, a leftist group supporting CVUSD school board candidate Lauren Gill sent out a hit piece mailer against incumbent Sandee Everett on July 18, 2020. Everett, a mother of five with a master’s degree in education, lives in Newbury Park and has served […]

Children Rarely Spread Coronavirus To Each Other, Adults, Multiple Studies Show

Children Rarely Spread Coronavirus To Each Other, Adults, Multiple Studies Show

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR   A recent American Academy of Pediatrics article cited several studies conducted worldwide claiming that students rarely transmit coronavirus to each other or teachers. Studies conducted in France, Australia and Ireland failed to find a single transmission after students made hundreds of close contacts in schools. American teachers unions have strongly opposed […]

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FNC’s ‘Bill Hemmer Reports’ To Discuss School Reopening

Harmeet Dhillon Appears on FNC’s ‘Bill Hemmer Reports’ To Discuss School Reopening

According to Dhillon (Video Transcript): Sure. Well, the governor has decreed that 80% of the students in California are not going to be able to have in-person education. This is unconstitutional, illegal from a number of perspectives. Our 35 declarations in support of our motion for a preliminary injunction demonstrates some facts. First, the risk […]

Small Talks and Big Bangs | Ventura County Astronomical Society Spotlight on Highschool Astronomer Saanvi Athola

Small Talks and Big Bangs | Ventura County Astronomical Society Spotlight on Highschool Astronomer Saanvi Athola

High Schooler Saanvi Athola has just released a new 6-minute video on the Hubble Space Scope. In 2019 Saavi sought to create an astronomy club for teens in Westlake. Bravo! Sadly, the COVID pandemic has slowed that down. But not her energy! Saanvi switched to YouTube. Now she has 2 smartly produced Video Shorts that […]

Jump in Homeschooling Anticipated as Schools Restrict Options

Jump in Homeschooling Anticipated as Schools Restrict Options

BY CHARLOTTE CUTHBERTSON WASHINGTON—As public schools continue to choose virtual education models, parents are reaching out to homeschool organizations to research other options. In Virginia, more than 44,000 children are already homeschooled, but it’s possible that number will dramatically increase this school year, according to Yvonne Bunn of the Home Educators Association of Virginia (HEAV). In […]

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