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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...
Tags: Education, Students, Teachers, Music, Government Debt
The Tournament of Roses Queen and her court have made some 150 appearances since last October through New Year’s Day. But this day’s appearance was strictly for the kids. On Saturday (Jan. 12), the queen and her princesses showed up at the...
High school students have been known to sling a roll or two of toilet paper — but not many use catapults or compete with rocket scientists for the longest heave. Yet that was the task Friday at the 15th annual Invention Challenge at Jet...
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Having built a positive rapport among several nearby communities for the past decade, Randy Lilavois bid farewell Wednesday and is ready to embark on his next journey that will take him two times zones east to Huntsville, Ala....
Tags: High Schools, Sports, Soccer, Cornell University, Holidays
Q: Many consider this to be the season of peace and hope. Reflecting on 2012, what has given you peace? What are your hopes for the coming year? Peace and hope are rather difficult concepts to ponder in light of this past week's horrific events at the...
When David Lee first arrived at Caltech, he was seeking his doctorate in physics, and calculators were the hot new data-crunchung tool. Today, supercomputers interpret mountains of numbers at lightning speeds, students can track it all on their iPads,...
For their research into lung cancer, a pair of California high school students will share a $6,000 scholarship – and a chance to compete at the national finals in December – in what is billed as the nation’s top science research...
The South Pasadena Middle School student who took home the top prize in the Los Angeles County Science Fair is headed to a prestigious national science competition in Washington, D.C. In April, Raymond Gilmartin used a homemade wind tunnel, model car...
Seniors at Blair High School in Pasadena donned caps, gowns and smiles on Tuesday for a graduation ceremony at Pasadena High School's Gladiss Edwards Auditorium. The school celebrated 151 graduates this year, including 25 candidates for international...
Local teens tested their mettle — and their metal — during a regional robotics competition Friday and Saturday at the Long Beach Arena. La Cañada High School, John Burroughs High School in Burbank, John Muir High School in Pasadena, and...
Unimpressed with the elementary school in her Baltimore neighborhood, Bobbi Macdonald set out to create her own. She founded the City Neighborhoods Foundation in 2003, the year her oldest daughter started kindergarten and the state of Maryland began...
As the founder of KIPP Baltimore, which operates two high-performing public charter schools in the city, I am heartened and encouraged by our progress over the past six years under schools CEO Andrés Alonso. As I move to a new role as executive director...
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