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Pasadena's Maranatha High School is using to the iPad mini to take a giant step into the digital world. Come August, all Maranatha students and teachers will be issued one of the tablet computers for use during classes -- often in place of paper...
Tags: Apple iPad, Students, Teaching and Learning
As one who taught at PCC for 40 years, I was personally involved in the establishment of state-mandated shared government procedures (AB 1725) which require that faculty, staff and students be significantly involved in matters that affect them,...
Pasadena City College may soon prohibit smoking on campus, following other colleges across California that have instituted similar bans. When a campus-wide no-smoking policy would take effect — and whether it would involve fines for students,...
Three Caltech professors, including one famous for “killing” Pluto, were named Tuesday to the National Academy of Sciences. They included Caltech astronomer Mike Brown, geochemistry professor Ken Farley and chemical engineering professor...
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My husband read part of the editorial of the Pasadena Sun to me (“The ridiculous impasse at PCC,” March 24). It made me feel ashamed to be a faculty member of PCC. Is this how anyone associated with PCC wants the community to perceive the...
Tags: Teachers, Teaching and Learning
The way higher education is administered across the nation has changed dramatically as more colleges pump up their online course offerings. Nationwide, 32% of all college students have taken an online course. In California, the figure is closer to 27%....
Despite years of cuts to public education, McKinley School in Pasadena is turning up the volume of its music program with the help of a dedicated teacher and a nonprofit program that provides instruments for students. McKinley fifth-grade teacher Raimer...
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The Sun editorial of March 24 (“The ridiculous impasse at PCC”) sounds like it's been written by the president of PCC himself — or a journalist that goes exclusively to his private press conference on March 20 but fails to mention any of...
There’s varying expectations heading into the 2013 high school boys’ tennis season. Teams like La Salle and Marshall Fundamental are still sorting through their roster. Maranatha essentially has a new-look team with a first-year coach and a...
BOYS’ BASKETBALL Arcadia at Pasadena, 5 p.m. Burroughs at Muir, 5 p.m. La Cañada at Blair, 7 p.m. South Pasadena at Monrovia, 7 p.m. Temple City at San Marino, 7 p.m. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Muir at Burroughs, 5 p.m. Pasadena at Arcadia, 5 p.m....
Pasadena City College will restore hundreds of classes it cancelled earlier this year, using proceeds from the state tax increase voters approved in November. The college will receive $6.7 million in June under Proposition 30, Business Services...
Tags: Politics, Colleges and Universities, Voting, Students, Elections
Pasadena City College students and teachers critical of the school’s leadership held a rally on campus Thursday — the latest in a protracted spat over the direction of the institution. Dozens of demonstrators on Thursday claimed officials...
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