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Chicago Teachers Strike Out

Chicago Teachers Strike Out

Larry Sand | Frontpage Mag In December, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona urged school leaders “not to retreat from in-person learning,” and said schools should not be considering remote options. Just last week, President Biden echoed the sentiment, stating that “schools should remain open despite the ongoing nationwide surge of COVID-19 cases due to the omicron variant.” Even the ultimate doom and […]

Ventura County, CA | Schools Respond To New Social Media Threat

Ventura County, CA | Schools Respond To New Social Media Threat

The Ventura County Office of Education is aware of new rumors circulating on social media, specifically TikTok, threatening violence at schools nationwide on December 17. While these threats are unsubstantiated and do not mention Ventura County schools specifically, some local schools may be taking extra safety measures around their campuses on December 17. Many also […]

Nearly 600 Scientists, Mathematicians Rip California’s Math Curriculum Plans

Nearly 600 Scientists, Mathematicians Rip California’s Math Curriculum Plans

by Bryan Babb Nearly 600 scientists and mathematicians have signed a letter conveying “deep concern” over California’s recent steps to reform its mathematics curriculum for K-12 students that are purportedly designed to close gaps in pupil achievement. “We are deeply concerned about the unintended consequences of recent well-intentioned approaches to reform mathematics education, particularly the […]

SEEAG Holds First Farm Lab Field Trip In 19 Months For Barbara Webster Elementary School

SEEAG Holds First Farm Lab Field Trip In 19 Months For Barbara Webster Elementary School

Santa Paula – SEEAG hosted our first Farm Lab field trip in 19 months on Tuesday Morning! And we feel fabulous about it. The students from Barbara Webster Elementary School were engaged in STEM sciences, the educators were excited to teach, and everyone loved being back in person outdoors at Petty Ranch.  We are scheduling more […]

Vaccinations for Educators to be Accelerated in Ventura County

Vaccinations for Educators to be Accelerated in Ventura County

The County of Ventura today announced a new goal of providing school employees with their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of March, which is significantly sooner than had originally been anticipated. This will be accomplished by working with local health care providers to administer vaccinations to educators in addition to using […]

Veterans Legacy Program Provides Resources for Educators

Veterans Legacy Program Provides Resources for Educators

  NCA’s Veterans Legacy Program (VLP) has resources to connect young Americans with the inspirational examples of hometown Veterans. View as a webpage Veterans Legacy Program Provides Resources for Educators We all know educators who are preparing for a different type of school year to begin in several weeks.  Whether schools in your area are […]

VC Innovates Honors Educators and Business Leaders

VC Innovates Honors Educators and Business Leaders

By Tim Pompey The Ventura County Office of Education’s VC Innovates sponsored an awards luncheon on Thursday, May 4 to recognize outstanding individuals who have made an impact on career technical education (CTE) in Ventura County. Tiffany Morse, Executive Director of VC Innovates, explained how career technical education has expanded rapidly in the last three […]