San Benito County Local News: Education


All Local Education News articles contributed by our local media allies and other local newsrooms.

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02/15/2024
Immigration enforcement lowers students’ ability to succeed academically and negatively affects their overall learning experience.

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02/14/2024
By reframing them as mutually reinforcing rather than mutually exclusive, we can transform education for every child.

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02/14/2024
Teachers and students tap into a native tradition in which art and nature have always been inextricably linked.

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02/12/2024
The state is to implement long-awaited new guidelines in 2025 despite some calls for a year’s delay.

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02/07/2024
UC Merced will be highlighted on an Amazon Prime show that showcases universities around the world.

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02/07/2024
Superintendent Barbara Dill Varga has been anxiously awaiting word on the school’s fate from state architects.

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02/06/2024
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Rancho San Justo Principal Deborah Armstrong and Vice Principal Samantha Rivas saw a need for wellness resources at Rancho San Justo Middle School and developed the new Bronco Well.

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02/06/2024
If educator candidates are paid a living wage and receive plenty of support, they are more likely to remain in the profession.

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02/05/2024
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San Benito County Superintendent Krystal Lomanto hosted the first Literacy Summit, which featured nationally known speaker and educator Kate Kinsella.

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02/05/2024
California colleges doubt the U.S. Department of Education’s plans will do much to help campuses struggling with delays in awarding financial aid.

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02/04/2024
One year after California became the first state to require its public universities to provide the abortion pill to students, basic information on where or how students can obtain the medication is lacking.

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02/04/2024
San Diego State’s Dual Language & English Learner Education department requires students in the credential program to visit schools in Tijuana.

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02/02/2024
Learning loss during the pandemic hit California’s low-income students hardest. An agreement requires the state to focus spending there.

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01/31/2024
The financial aid expansion is aimed at making good on a pledge last fall when trustees approve a tuition hike.

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01/30/2024
California is removing degree requirements from jobs, but state leaders differ about the right approach.

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01/30/2024
Five former California superintendents shared potential solutions for reducing the increasing turnover rate in their profession.

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01/29/2024
Districts are trying to create or expand vocational training programs that “integrate” students with disabilities into careers and into society.

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01/29/2024
More than 80 county residents participated when the San Benito High School District held a community town hall as part of its planning to build a second high school.

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01/28/2024
The proposal aims to help working artists become arts teachers in elementary schools.

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01/26/2024
Rancho San Justo Middle School held a grand opening of the Bronco Well and Resource Center with about 60 people in attendance, including school and district officials and students.
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