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University Of Southern California Will Offer Free Tuition To Students From Families With Income Under $80K

University Of Southern California Will Offer Free Tuition To Students From Families With Income Under $80K

MARLO SAFI CONTRIBUTOR   The University of Southern California announced that it will make tuition free for students who come from families with an annual income of $80,000 or less. USC President Carol L. Folt announced Thursday that first-year students entering USC in the fall of 2020 and the spring of 2021 would do so […]

New Federal Initiative to Expand Private Sector Work-Study for Low-Income Students

New Federal Initiative to Expand Private Sector Work-Study for Low-Income Students

BY GQ PAN The U.S. Department of Education has granted waivers on federal aid rules to 190 colleges and universities, allowing more students from low-income families to get work-study jobs related to their majors in the private sector. Federal Work-study (FWS) is a program for students to earn money to pay for their tuition and housing through […]

9th grade Sex Ed curriculum presented to CVUSD school board

9th grade Sex Ed curriculum presented to CVUSD school board

By Michael Hernandez  THOUSAND OAKS—Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) board trustees were given a chance to review the 9th grade sex ed curriculum in a presentation made by Luis Lichtl, Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Services.  The curriculum which still needs to be reviewed by the public and officially adopted at the March 17 school […]

Help is on the Way! Parenting Track @ GHC 2020

Help is on the Way! Parenting Track @ GHC 2020

  “Thank God for parents who are committed that their kids learn to love God and obey Him despite all the chaos around us.” —John Stonestreet Culture changes fast these days, and students need trusted guides to help them navigate the tricky waters. These speakers and workshops will help you ease the trials of parenting. […]

The Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program

The Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program

The Student Leadership Program is open to students who will be in the 9th – 12th grade in fall 2020. The final deadline to register is April 30, 2020, but spaces are limited and fill up fast. Register today or nominate a student. REGISTER NOW NOMINATE Any questions about the application process can be directed to [email protected] […]

Free Astronomy Talk – Friday, February 21, 2020

Free Astronomy Talk – Friday, February 21, 2020

Ancient Mayan Astronomy: Dr Andrew Kinkella, professor of Archaeology and a living “Indiana Jones,” will re-live his trips through the South American Jungles where he explored the amazingly advance state of Ancient Mayan Astronomy. Did they get help from Beyond?  Friday, February 21st at 7:15 pm. Moorpark College Forum, 7075 Campus Dr. Admission and Parking are […]

Parents battle ‘Teen Talk’; embrace ‘Heart’ Sex Ed curriculum

Parents battle ‘Teen Talk’; embrace ‘Heart’ Sex Ed curriculum

By Michael Hernandez SANTA BARBARA—Local parents are prepared to battle the school district’s expected choice of ‘Teen Talk’ as the sex ed curriculum for secondary students at Tuesday’s school district board meeting (at 6:30 p.m. at 720 Santa Barbara Street) and are proposing the ‘Heart’ curriculum written by Skip Hellewell instead (co-founder of United Parents.net) […]

Oxnard Education Foundation Awarded $10,000 in Grant Funding

Oxnard Education Foundation Awarded $10,000 in Grant Funding

Congratulations to the 2020 Oxnard Education Foundation grant recipients recognized during an awards gala held on Saturday, February 8. Twenty-three grant proposals were submitted and a total of $10,000 is available to fill grant requests that benefit Oxnard School District teachers and schools. Congratulations to the following individuals: Terry Lopez – Brekke School – Grades […]

You’re Invited! AFA’s Conference- Jew Hatred: Sources, Consequences and How to Combat it

You’re Invited!  AFA’s Conference-  Jew Hatred: Sources, Consequences and How to Combat it

  AFA’s 2020 Conference Sunday, April 26 9 AM – 4 PM  Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel TICKETS HERE Jew hatred is hardly new; for millenia Jews have been hated, with this hatred manifesting itself in ways that range from anti-Jew policies to implementation of comprehensive plans aimed at complete extermination. But recently, there has been […]

California’s Sex Ed: Parents Want to Decide What’s ‘Age Appropriate’

California’s Sex Ed: Parents Want to Decide What’s ‘Age Appropriate’

BY NATHAN SU In California, various stakeholders have been vying to decide what exactly “age appropriate” means in the state’s guidelines for sex education. Currently, local school districts interpret what is suitable for a given age group. “I am the expert on my kids,” said Denise Pursche of Clayton City, Calif., who believes parents should decide what is age-appropriate. She […]

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