Almost two years ago State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond pitched an ethnic studies curriculum as a high school graduation requirement. The California Department of Education revisited the proposal July 7 with a series of four webinars highlighting ethnic studies and their importance to education and society.
State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Issues Statement in Response to Governor’s Remarks for Potential Earlier School Year
SACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond issued the following statement today in response to Governor Gavin Newsom’s remarks that public schools might start the next school year earlier: The following press release was sent by Tony Thurmond from the California Department of Education, an outside organization. Experience Fountain Valley does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information.
The SCAG Scholarship Program offers local government and planning experience that students can use to develop long-term career goals. The scholarship will provide a $4,000 scholarship award for seven high school or community college students from the SCAG region. The following press release was sent by Southern California Association of Governments, an outside organization. Lake Forest Shop & Dine does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information.
The following press release was sent by Tony Thurmond from The California Department of Education, an outside organization. Lake Forest Shop & Dine does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved a new food assistance program for children throughout the state who are living in households struggling with food insecurity.
California schools have been rapidly adjusting to new distance learning requirements as well as graduation processes and accountability. Saddleback Valley School District has it's latest developments coming from State Superintended Tony Thurmond's request for waivers under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Here's the shortlist of what's changed, graduation requirements and Tony Thurmond's mission to close the digital divide for students without internet access.
The California Department of Education held their very first virtual press conference today regarding the $100 million allocated in SB 117 to schools in response to covid-19. The conference included distance learning, special education, emergency grants and when schools can choose to open.
School Testing & Accountability Waiver in Federal Preliminary Approval for 2019-20
The following press release was sent by the Saddleback Valley School District, an outside organization. Experience FV does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information.Update (3/31/2020): In recent weeks, the State of California escalated its efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, through the executive order issued by Governor Gavin Newsom, calling for California residents to stay at home, with exceptions for attending to essential needs.Locally, the Orange County Health Care Agency tightened restrictions on public and private gatherings and the Orange County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Al Mijares, expressed his support for