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Lecture and Book Signing with Holocaust Survivor James Bachner | Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

Lecture and Book Signing with Holocaust Survivor James Bachner | Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

President Reagan once said, “…even a tortured past holds promise if we learn its lessons…. it is up to us to ensure that we never live it again.” Join the Education Team at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute as James Bachner shares his compelling and traumatic story as a German Jew during the […]

Advance Your Career | Supply chain certification training course by APICS

Advance Your Career | Supply chain certification training course by APICS

Take advantage of these opportunities to achieve an APICS certification and advance your Career, improve your Operations and streamline your Supply Chain early in the year. Certification Review Classes CPIM Part 1, Part 2. Bundle and save! Register for a class to start your preparation toward CPIM certification, the gold-standard for Operations Management! CPIM Part […]

California College Fee Waiver Program | Veterans and their families

California College Fee Waiver Program | Veterans and their families

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“Simon Says” how to improve public education

“Simon Says” how to improve public education

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   I have a retired ex school teacher friend named Simon. This curmudgeon does not have any hobbies nor cares to watch baseball, football, basketball, or any other sports. He is a “decline to State” voter who distains both political parties. Simon is a one trick […]

Bipartisan Veterans Education Bill Headed to Oregon’s Governor for Signature

Bipartisan Veterans Education Bill Headed to Oregon’s Governor for Signature

From the office of Oregon State Senator Kim Thatcher | Senate District 13 Sen.kimthatcher@oregonlegislature.gov    As of March 1st, my bill, SB 1557 B passed both chambers of the legislature and is now awaiting the governor’s signature. The bill is a step forward in protecting Oregon’s National Guard men and women with their educational success.   The legislative […]

Supply chain certification training course by APICS

Supply chain certification training course by APICS

  Exciting opportunities to achieve an APICS certification and advance your Career, improve your Operations and streamline your Supply Chain early in the year. Certification Review Classes CPIM Part 1. Register to this class to complete your preparation toward CPIM certification! . Registration for CPIM Part 1 starting February 26 for classes at Ventura is open until Feb. 16, 2018. Classes will […]

Simi Valley Youth Town Hall At The Ronald Reagan Library

Simi Valley Youth Town Hall At The Ronald Reagan Library

JANUARY 19, 2018 8:30 am | Check-in Opens 10:00 am | Program Begins 11:30 am | Program Ends 12:00 pm | Lunch (Provided by schools, disposable bags ONLY) 12:00 – 5:00 pm| Self-guided Museum Tours (School Groups) RESERVE SEATS The Education Team at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute is proud to announce a convening that will give Simi […]

California isn’t doing enough to teach kids how to read, lawsuit says

California isn’t doing enough to teach kids how to read, lawsuit says

LOS ANGELES — Too many California children can’t read, and the state doesn’t have an adequate plan to fix the problem, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday. The complaint, filed in Los Angeles County …

Acorn spin piece on Mike Smith Conejo education speech

By George Miller   Years ago, the T.O Acorn used to be a nice supermarket flyer stuffed with press releases, local events and local interest stuff and dropped on most driveways, gratis. Now it seems to have pretensions of turning into a Progressive MSM monster. Their treatment of the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) […]

Conejo School Board releases final book selection/opt-out policy

Conejo School Board releases final book selection/opt-out policy

By George Miller As reported last week, the Conejo Valley Unified School District board approved a new book selection and opt-out policy, or as they call it: “Selection and Evaluation of Instructional Materials.” It was a messy meeting, since the version submitted for approval by board member Sandee Everett was disputed, as the Superintendent’s committee […]

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