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Despite optimistic projections of increased state funding for public education next year, Pasadena Unified school board members this week approved layoffs for 96 full- or part-time educators. Although many of the layoffs could still be rescinded after...
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,...
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...
Pasadena school board members voted Tuesday to slash 48 jobs — this on top of 94 teacher, librarian and counselor pink slips in March — in their ongoing struggle to close a projected $8.8-million budget gap. Positions to be eliminated in...
I wanted to respond to both the article and editorial about the Pasadena Unified School District budget cuts which appeared in the April 7 Pasadena Sun. I disagree that the board “seriously limited flexibility” of PUSD staff in the budget...
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...
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Pasadena Unified officials are struggling to find about $10 million in cuts to balance next year's budget amid concerns that school board members didn't issue enough teacher layoff notices to get the district through a worst-case funding scenario....
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...
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...
Caltech President Jean-Lou Chameau this week announced that he will leave his position at the end of the school year to head up a science and tech-focused university in Saudi Arabia. Chameau, who will be leading the newly formed King Abdullah University...
From high school students to millionaire athletes, cheating has always been around. But 2012 saw a string of high-profile cases that brought cheating into the public eye and could even be making it more socially acceptable. Lance Armstrong's doping...
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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