Education

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Over 100 Local Leaders Sign Open Letter Urging Pope Francis To Oust San Francisco Archbishop Cordileone

More than 100 local leaders are calling on Pope Francis to replace San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone in an open letter that will appear in Thursday’s San Francisco Chronicle.

04/15/2015

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Executive Coaching A Great Career For San Francisco Psych Students

Donna Stoneham, Ph.D. is an executive coach, leadership development consultant and facilitator at Positive Impact, LLC and professor for the MBA program at Holy Names University.

04/13/2015

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Security Administrator Says San Francisco Students Need Proficiency In One Area

In the San Francisco internet security industry, a bachelor’s degree or higher in the field is highly desirable and oftentimes mandatory, but occasionally, tech professionals go a different direction in college before discovering their niche.

04/13/2015

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Demand For San Francisco Internet Security Experts Exceeds Supply

Information security spending reached $71 billion last year and is expected to increase dramatically to $86 billion by the end of 2016. As a result, employment across the industry is skyrocketing for people with a variety of technical and non-technical skills.

04/13/2015

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Former CEO Of Sunnyvale’s Herguan University Pleads Guilty In Visa Fraud Case

The man who once led Herguan University in the South Bay has pleaded guilty in a visa fraud case that could impact the school’s students, many of whom have come from abroad.

04/10/2015

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White House-Backed Technology Aids Geomapping In California’s Public Schools

A geospatial technology is now available in California schools that has the power to enrich knowledge of others by examining every aspect of their world.

04/08/2015

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Medical Programs In Public Schools Diversify Future Doctors In California

Kaiser Permanente is helping kids pursue medical careers with the Hippocrates Circle, a program offered in conjunction with the school districts and geared towards middle school students from minority populations.

04/08/2015

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Nutritional Education Program Lowers Obesity Rates In Public Schools

Nutrition, victim of poverty, affects not only children’s health but also, their ability to learn and excel in school. Common Threads, a nutritional education initiative, is changing that.

04/08/2015

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San Dimas Golf Charity Teaches Local School District California History

An educational charity makes a day on the golf course equal to a life changing history lesson for San Dimas, California students.

04/08/2015

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UC Berkeley Study Finds Language Skills Among Latino Children Lag By Age 2

A new study from researchers at the University of California, Berkeley has found Latino and white babies have the same language and cognitive abilities at nine months of age, but a significant gap exists by the time they reach age 2.

04/06/2015

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