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Constitution Day | Pepperdine Professor Gordon Lloyd warns against Utopian and nihilism; ‘Can we be democratic and be decent?’

Constitution Day | Pepperdine Professor Gordon Lloyd warns against Utopian and nihilism; ‘Can we be democratic and be decent?’

  By Michael Hernandez MALIBU—Pepperdine University School of Public Policy celebrated Constitution Day with a noon zoom conversation with Dr. Gordon Lloyd warning Americans against utopianism and nihilism and asking the question: “Can we be democratic and be decent?” Constitution Day observes the signing of the United States Constitution on Sept. 17, 1787 (233 years […]

Oxnard College Secures $3 Million Grant to Support Latinx and Low-Income Students

Oxnard College Secures $3 Million Grant to Support Latinx and Low-Income Students

Funds will expand career and transfer support Oxnard College has received a $3 million federal Title V grant to provide support for equitable student outcomes among Latinx and low-income students as they pursue their career and transfer goals. Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI) throughout the country applied for this competitive grant, which will begin Oct. 1 and […]

Constitution Day 2020 and Conservative Policy Webinars

Constitution Day 2020 and Conservative Policy Webinars

  Quick reminder about these upcoming FREE webinars from the School of Public Policy! Thursday, SEP 17 @ Noon PT: “Constitution Day 2020 with Dr. Gordon Lloyd” – Join renowned expert on the American Founding, and Pepperdine SPP Professor Emeritus Dr. Gordon Lloyd for a unique look at the creation of the Constitution. Titled, “What […]

Did You Hear? Join SEEAG and John Chester at the DRIVE-IN on November 1

Did You Hear? Join SEEAG and John Chester at the DRIVE-IN on November 1

  CLICK HERE FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Our mailing address is: SEEAG (Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture) PO Box 1461 Ojai, CA 93024-1461 Add us to your address book     Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture – SEEAG Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing –DONATE

California Parents Sue Governor Over In-Person School Ban

California Parents Sue Governor Over In-Person School Ban

BY MATTHEW VADUM A group of California parents who claim their children are being harmed by the state’s pandemic-related restrictions on in-person educational instruction are suing Gov. Gavin Newsom over the ban. The new lawsuit, cited as Looney v. Newsom, was filed in the Shasta County office of the Superior Court of the State of California. Shasta County is north of […]

Curriculum and Beyond | Homeschooling advice from Deb Deffinbaugh, founder of Timberdoodle

Curriculum and Beyond | Homeschooling advice from Deb Deffinbaugh, founder of Timberdoodle

BY BARBARA DANZA If you’re a homeschooler who has spent any time online looking for curriculum resources and tools, you’ve likely come across the company Timberdoodle. This family-owned and -operated purveyor of resources offers pre-assembled curriculum kits along with a la carte offerings for homeschooling families. I asked founder Deb Deffinbaugh for her insights on choosing curriculum and homeschooling […]

Moorpark College Secures $2.9 Million Grant for Project STEM Impacto

Moorpark College Secures $2.9 Million Grant for Project STEM Impacto

Grant program will encourage students to pursue STEM programs through 2025 Moorpark, Calif. (September 10, 2020)–Moorpark College is pleased to announce that it has received a five-year, $2.9 million Department of Education Title V grant for Project STEM Impacto. This grant, which creates and fosters student cohorts in biology, biotechnology and computer network systems engineering, […]

Reagan Library – RISE 2020 Speaker Update; Three Governors Added! A Lesson from a Holocaust Survivor, Reagan Archives, and More

Reagan Library –  RISE 2020 Speaker Update; Three Governors Added! A Lesson from a Holocaust Survivor, Reagan Archives, and More

  We hope you all had a safe and healthy Labor Day yesterday. In 1981, in observance of the holiday, President Reagan said, “As we work to solve our economic problems, let us tap that well of human spirit. We’ll find more than strength of numbers and strength of resources, we’ll find strength of individual […]

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees Approves Resolution on Access and Accessibility

Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees Approves Resolution on Access and Accessibility

District dedicated to supporting a diverse community including people with disabilities (CAMARILLO, Calif.) September 8, 2020 – Ventura County Community College District  Board of Trustees fully supports and is committed to serving its approximately 31,000 students by making the District the accessibility leader for the State of California and the California Community Colleges System. Recognizing […]

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