Home » Posts tagged with » Schools

What’s the Downside of Christianity?

What’s the Downside of Christianity?

. By Michael Greer In case you hadn’t noticed, Christianity is under attack. Christians are called “haters”. Recently, Senator Diane Feinstein said she didn’t think she could support a judge nominee because of her “Christian dogma”. It’s a judge’s duty is to enforce the law as written. Being a Christian wouldn’t conflict with enforcing the […]

New Rule Puts Limits on Pesticide Use Near Schools

New Rule Puts Limits on Pesticide Use Near Schools

Ventura, CA – A new rule announced today [http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/pressrls/2017/110717.htm] designed to reduce acute exposure to hazardous agricultural pesticides for California schoolchildren and staff was welcomed by parents, teachers and environmental justice advocates, who nevertheless caution that much more is needed to ensure adequate protection for children’s health. The Department of Pesticide Regulation’s (DPR) new regulation […]

Despite California’s strict new law, hundreds of schools still don’t have enough vaccinated kids

Despite California’s strict new law, hundreds of schools still don’t have enough vaccinated kids

LOS ANGELES—Even with a new law that has boosted kindergarten vaccination rates to record highs, hundreds of schools across California still have so many children lacking full immunization that they pose an increased risk of disease outbreaks, according to a Los Angeles Times analysis of state data. At nearly 750 schools, 90 percent or fewer […]

Winners of the 2017 Ventura County Academic Decathlon

Winners of the 2017 Ventura County Academic Decathlon

The Ventura County Office of Education is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2017 Ventura County Academic Decathlon is Calabasas High School’s A Team. Coming in second place is Oxnard High School’s A Team, followed by Oak Park High School’s A Team, which came in third. Oak Park High School’s A Team won […]

Helping Third-Graders Cope With Post-Election Fears

Helping Third-Graders Cope With Post-Election Fears

NEA’s and Hillary’s Bully Folly

NEA’s and Hillary’s Bully Folly

  by LARRY SAND For several weeks now, the National Education Association has been running ads in in nine swing states on the so-called “Trump effect.” The six-figure campaign maintains that Donald Trump’s inflammatory campaign rhetoric has caused a substantial uptick in bullying in schools. NEA president Lily Eskelsen García asserts, “There is bullying going on, […]

Students at 400 U.S. School Districts Head Back to School to Learn with zSpace Virtual Reality

Students at 400 U.S. School Districts Head Back to School to Learn with zSpace Virtual Reality

zSpace Virtual Reality for Education now enables interaction and group collaboration in more than 400 school districts, reaching hundreds of thousands of students worldwide Hundreds of thousands of U.S. K-12 students are heading back to school to learn with immersive virtual reality from zSpace. The Silicon Valley education company announced today that more than 400 […]

Critics demand accountability for education-funding tax prior to extension vote

Critics demand accountability for education-funding tax prior to extension vote

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Offered Through Conejo Valley Days/RCS “Read & Ride” Program

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Offered Through Conejo Valley Days/RCS “Read & Ride” Program

Fighting Islam on the Homefront

Fighting Islam on the Homefront

American Freedom Alliance, the David Horowitz Freedom Center and Freedom X sponsored this installment in the lecture series. It was held at the Luxe Hotel. Dr. Laurie Cardoza-Moore, founder and President of Proclaiming Justice to the Nations (PJTN) and special envoy to the UN for the World Council of Independent Christian Churches (WCICC) spoke first. […]

Page 1 of 212