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Matador News: April 22nd, 2015

Matador News: April 22nd, 2015

Matador News

April 22, 2015

Los Angeles teachers reach a tentative agreement with LAUSD, and Chinese construction workers dig up 63-million-year old dinosaur eggs. Matador News reporter Harry Abelson reports on Friday's Matador Nights. Anchors: Victor Park, Cassie Yanagacio, Jordan Saucedo and Ashton Smith Producers: Kelly...

LAUSD below state average of high school graduates attending college

Samantha Tata

November 1, 2011

Only 63 percent of LAUSD high school graduates go on to college, 12 percent less than the state average, according to the California Department of Education. Students in surrounding districts, such as Glendale and Arcadia, go on to college at higher rates, over 75 percent. The national average is...

LAUSD to include LGBT in their lesson plans

LAUSD to include LGBT in their lesson plans

Anthony Carpio

September 20, 2011

The history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT), disabled and Asian/Pacific Islanders will be included in LAUSD curriculum after a Sept. 13 decision to teach students about the contributions of under-represented groups. This decision comes after Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB 48, or the F...

CSUN project aims to educate Van Nuys schools on the importance of a healthy lifestyle

Sharon Hardwick

April 25, 2011

The sobering prediction among health care professionals and educators is that the current generation of children may be headed for a severe health crisis. Confronted by this crisis in pediatric health, California State University, Northridge’s’ departments of Kinesiology, Health Education and Nutrition Scien...

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