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Port Hueneme: Seabee Museum Launches New Youth-Oriented STEM Center

Port Hueneme: Seabee Museum Launches New Youth-Oriented STEM Center

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Scary Ideas

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Scary Ideas

Doctored Education

Doctored Education

By Larry Sand . Using testing as a backdrop, NEA president promotes 1950s industrial-style education. The American Enterprise Institute’s education policy maven Rick Hess has been traveling around the country promoting his new book The Cage-Busting Teacher. So last week he left his Education Week blog in the hands of National Education Association president Lily […]

Free Mammograms and Education offered at Community Outreach Day in Ventura–June 13th

Free Mammograms and Education offered at Community Outreach Day in Ventura–June 13th

Simi Valley Police educate youngsters on bicycle helmet safety

Simi Valley Police educate youngsters on bicycle helmet safety

The Simi Valley Police Traffic Unit held a bicycle helmet safety presentation with students at Arroyo Elementary School today. Our theme was “It’s Cool To Wear A Helmet”. The students are in the last week of school and are ready to hit the streets for the summer. The Simi Valley Police Department is reminding all […]

The Collection at RiverPark announces School Rewards program winners

The Collection at RiverPark announces School Rewards program winners

Faces of Common Core: A Video Essay

Faces of Common Core: A Video Essay

    This video takes a close, personal look at the struggles many of our children face with the new Common Core standards. These developmentally inappropriate standards are now used in 45 states. Our group, Faces of Common Core on Facebook, was created as a place to compare notes and support each other. To join […]

Santa Paula: Citizens present to City Council

Santa Paula: Citizens present to City Council

By Sheryl Hamlin On May 21, 2015, the city council hosted the citizens of Santa Paula in preparation for the 2015/2016 budget. Recall that at the December 2014 City Council meeting, newly elected council member Gherardi proposed a “Goal Setting Workshop” outside of the format of a regularly scheduled council meeting. Subsequently she reiterated this […]

The Intellectual Snobbery of the Ivy League Set: What’s Wrong with Today’s Education

The Intellectual Snobbery of the Ivy League Set: What’s Wrong with Today’s Education

By Sigrid Weidenweber I know that I will get plenty of angry responses from the apologists for today’s teaching methods of behavior in the schools and the homes of Americans and Europeans. To them I quote a letter by Prof. David C. Rose, University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis. In this letter he comments on […]

Survey finds many parents know nothing about new Common Core tests

Survey finds many parents know nothing about new Common Core tests

By Stephen Frank Sadly, nurse most parents send their children to government schools and have no idea what is being taught, how it is being done or what type of on going “re-education” camp” called government schools holding their children hostage. Most California government schools have given up tested and provable standardized testing for Common […]