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Burbank Unified officials say they, too, may enter the fray as school districts throughout the nation compete for millions in federal aid money. For the first time, the federal government is allowing individual school districts to apply for the highly...
Tags: Politics, Washington, DC, Elections
San Fernando Valley roundup: Donors raise $10k to cover victims' emergency fees, Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Sherman OaksGood morning readers, today is Monday, September 3. Private donors have raised more than $10,000 to cover ambulance fees for the victims who were either injured or electrocuted in last month’s Valley Village crash. Victims had been charged...
A blind Burbank man is fighting to salvage his food service business in a downtown Los Angeles federal building more than a year after an administrative law judge ordered a state agency representing him to enter into arbitration on the matter. Michael...
Tags: Labor Legislation, Trials, Lobbying, Politics, Justice System
Speaking Thursday at a conference in Burbank, U.S. Department of Education Asst. Secretary Thelma Melendez de Santa Ana said access to quality public education is the most pressing civil rights issue for the nation's school-age children. "The president,...
Shares of Corinthian Colleges Inc. fell 23% last week after the Santa Ana for-profit college chain disclosed that the Securities and Exchange Commission had launched an investigation into the company. Corinthian said it received a subpoena this month...
The president of the Galiano Career Academy, a local trade school that offers programs for medical assistants and pharmacy technicians, has admitted to tampering with student records and a variety of other schemes so he could receive millions of dollars...
Tags: Theft, Trials, Personal Data Collection, Politics, Students
SCRANTON — The Rev. Dennis Bloom, the embattled founder of a Pocono charter school, admitted Thursday in federal court he failed to report a $180,000 transfer of property from his Coolbaugh Township church into his own name. Bloom, a former police...
Contrary to what seems to be taking place elsewhere, Catholic schools here in the Valley are seeing their enrollment numbers hold steady. The trend is a positive one, we feel, as it is evidence of a strong local desire to maintain and enhance family...
ACC television revenue nearly tripled from 2008-12, while the conference’s bowl income increased 50 percent and league basketball tournament receipts declined. This according to the ACC’s five most recent federal tax returns. The net...
When Tasha Wilkie helped out in the math department as an undergrad at Coppin State University, she dealt with some students who came in without basic skills. They didn't know their multiplication tables or how to work with fractions. "We have...
Staff WriterMaria Elvira Giusti de Gutierrez of Calexico said she believes it is important and necessary to send all three of her children to Catholic school for the academic excellence and morals they receive. Tuition for that excellence and those morals come at...
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