Things We’re Talking About
Humboldt Students are invited to apply to attend the 17th annual California Higher Education Student Summit (CHESS) in Sacramento. The event runs April 20 through 23. HSU students chosen for the event will have all travel, lodging and food costs … Continue reading
Check out NPR’s Health Blog for the latest information on the arguments before the Supreme Court on the Affordable Health Care Act.
Ruth Black, Executive Director of Cal State Online, (http://www.calstateonline.net/) will be visiting campus next week (April 3 and 4) to discuss the services that Cal State Online hopes to offer as well as how they may be able to partner … Continue reading
Whether or not teacher evaluations should be available for public viewing has become a hotly debated issue. See this Education Week article for more.
Change.org has a new petition, asking Village Voice media, which owns Backpage.com, to stop selling ads that others use to in sex trafficking of minors. Follow the jump to their petition. Here’s the New York Times column, which recently discussed … Continue reading
Here’s a call for action from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC CHILDREN’S CHAMPIONS ALERT March 27, 2012 Make your call on Wednesday, March 28th On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives is expected to … Continue reading