Monthly Archives: February 2012

HSU Day of Action for Education March 1

Here’s a message from organizers about the Day of Action happening at HSU on March 1. Hey Student and Academic Organizers! The March 1st Day of Action for Education is going to be an epic day for the State of … Continue reading

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HSU’s 18th Annual Social Justice Summit

HSU will host its 18th Social Justice Summit this weekend, March 2 and 3. This year’s summit will focus on education and undocumented immigrant youth. The event will provide workshops such as: “The Art of Fighting without Fighting,” “DREAMing Beyond … Continue reading

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Impact of the Governor’s Budget on Children, Childcare Workers and Communities

Preschool California has posted this analysis of the impact of the governor’s budget on childcare, early childhood professionals and communities.

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Inspiration Knows No Gender

Check out this wonderful blog post by Lisa Ann Williamson of Teaching Tolerance about a Dallas Public School District’s choice to take 5700 5th grade boys to see an inspiring movie about the Tuskgekee airman and leave the 5th grade … Continue reading

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Family Activities in Humboldt

Here’s the link from Danielle, to a site that provides information on local activities for children and families. Good resource to have!

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Obama Criticizes States for Making Deep Cuts to Education

Check out this blog post from Capitol Alert from the Sacramento Bee. President Obama criticizes states for cutting education programs too much, while raising the cost of tuition. But Governor Jerry Brown is pressing the administration to provide further flexibility, … Continue reading

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LAO Releases Economic & Revenue Update

Here’s something we’ve been waiting for: the LAO’s Update on the Economy & Revenue that gives us some sense, before the May revise, of what California’s economic picture will look like. The state of California’s revenues will determine how deep … Continue reading

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