Education

Los Altos High School Students

Los Altos Students Say History Textbooks Ignore U.S. ‘Crimes Against Humanity,’ Want Texts Revised

The students claim the version of American history taught in California classrooms is at best incomplete and at worst biased and inaccurate: failing to adequately cover the experiences, accomplishments and frequent mistreatment of communities of color and women.

05/29/2015

Kids' Club preschool in Antioch (CBS SF)

Parents, Kids Fight To Keep State-Funded Preschool Open In Antioch

Parents kept their preschoolers up late Tuesday night in hopes of convincing Antioch City Council members to build a new school for their 300 kids.

05/27/2015

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Academic Success Reached By Teachers Showing Sympathy, Empathy

Caring teachers pull success out of students, encouraging student to trust them while applying active learning to the curriculum.

05/26/2015

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Dean Advises Education, Psychology Students To Find Mentors

There are as many reasons San Francisco students might want to become a psychologist, as there are different careers one can enter.

05/25/2015

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CEO Encourages Information Security Students To Pursue An Internship In The Field

Rehan Jalil is the president of and CEO of Bay Area cloud access security broker and cloud apps security provider Elastica.

05/25/2015

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Director Of Adoption Agency Advises Sociology Students To Get Experience

From community and service professions to business management and education, a degree in sociology can be quite practical for a number of careers.

05/25/2015

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IT President Suggests San Francisco Students Must Create Record Of Success

Chuck Tuchinda, M.D. is the president of First Databank, the leading provider of clinical drug knowledge based in South San Francisco.

05/25/2015

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San Francisco Food Industry Plays Vital Role To Local Economy

An essential part of what makes San Francisco a world-class city is consistent mention as one of America’s best destinations for food.

05/25/2015

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Psychologist Suggests Students Network With A Variety Of Professionals

Gabrielle Anderson, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and trained school psychologist working for the acclaimed Hallowell Center in San Francisco.

05/25/2015

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CEO Advises Information Security Students To Follow The Experts

With companies more reliant than ever to protect their intellectual property, the potential growth of new jobs may exceed those estimates.

05/25/2015

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