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This blog is moving!

The CD 479 blog is set to become more connected to HSU’s Child Development Department, as many of the CD classes move some of their content to a WordPress format. This new format will enable our current students to interact … Continue reading

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Advocacy Opportunity

Dean John Lee has generously offered to fund an advocacy trip to Sacramento for students from our class if there are students who are interested. Think about it and we’ll talk about it in class on Wednesday.

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US Department of Ed announces 2nd Round of Early Learning Challenge Grants

Here’s an update, via NAEYC, on the Early Learning Challenge Grants, which were recently discussed in class. SECOND ROUND OF EARLY LEARNING CHALLENGE GRANTS ANNOUNCED; New Race to the Top Applications for Local School Systems On April 9, the U.S. … Continue reading

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Do you think online sex trafficking of minors should stop? has a new petition, asking Village Voice media, which owns, 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

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CD 479 Class Online Today

Because the presentation on Indian Boarding Schools is happening during our class time, I wanted to switch things around so that people could attend if they wish. To that end, instead of meeting in CD 479 tonight, I want to … Continue reading

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Native Boarding Schools: The Sherman Institute

As part of the Native Pathways Speakers Series, Lorene Sisquoc, curator for the Sherman Indian School Museum, will share stories and history of the Federal Indian boarding school system in California. She will speak tonight, Wednesday, March 21 from 5:30-7 … Continue reading

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