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Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)

Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE)
A collection of news and information related to Teaching and Learning published by Tribune Company sources.
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Top Teaching and Learning (INACTIVE) Articles

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  • She's got the 'powers'

    She's got the 'powers'
    When Corona del Mar High cross country coach Bill Sumner says the cat's out of the bag, he's not kidding. That cat probably can beat you in a three-mile race. CdM freshman Raquel Powers did not even start the year on varsity, running on JV instead....
  • Girls' Tennis: Sage finishes fourth

    Girls' Tennis: Sage finishes fourth
    NEWPORT BEACH — Sage Hill School sophomore Jaclyn Gerschultz is a three-sport star, as she also plays soccer and runs track. Gerschultz also grew up playing softball, but the Lightning don't have a softball team. It was on the tennis court...
  • Commentary: Teachers care about others and show it*

    *This article has been corrected. See below. Many women enjoy getting together for brunch. However, sharing a brunch with the homeless women who have found food, shelter and comfort at Isaiah House in Santa Ana was an outstanding experience for the...
  • Girls' Tennis: Sage cleans up on Tars

    NEWPORT BEACH — It wasn't quite a double date, but at a crucial moment in their doubles engagement on Tuesday, there Sage Hill School doubles partners Paige Reyna and Crystal Yu were, darting off to the ladies room together to freshen up. Tied, 5-...
  • Two-minute Drill: CdM wins BOTB, moves on

    Two-minute Drill: CdM wins BOTB, moves on
    CORONA DEL MAR The Battle of the Bay trophy is finally back at Corona del Mar High. The Sea Kings ended the Sailors' six-year reign in the football rivalry, pounding them, 34-14, in front of a sold-out crowd of 7,600 at Orange Coast College. Only...
  • Community rallies for teacher's family

    Friends of a Corona del Mar Middle School teacher whose wife recently died are raising money to help her three children pay for school and other expenses. Katina Moody Brude, 39, died July 12 following a three-year battle with cancer. Her husband, Chris...
  • OCC reviewing its safety protocols

    Orange Coast College is reviewing how it would respond if a gunman were to open fire on campus. The move came last week on the same day that the college's faculty expressed concern about some safety measures related to lockdowns and active shooters....
  • College crisis team aims to prevent violence

    At an Orange Coast College night class more than a year ago, a student walked outside during a break and said he wanted to kill the professor, according to a school official. The student then pointed his index finger, mimicking a gunshot from a pistol,...
  • Pirates pursuing perfection in cross country

    Pirates pursuing perfection in cross country
    In the battle against complacency along the 5,000-kilometer cross country trail, the competition is not the sole buffer. There is, of course, also the matter of the stopwatch, its constant ticking a relentless measure of individual progress. And,...
  • Commentary: The importance of back-to-school nights

    Visit an elementary school at 10 a.m. in the middle of the week for a third-grade dance festival and you'll be lucky to find viewing space on the playground as you stand among parents with cellphones and iPads deployed in order to record the event. But...
  • District communicates its goals

    Newport-Mesa Unified School District Supt. Fred Navarro taught Newport Beach city leaders and residents their ABCs Thursday morning. This wasn't the traditional alphabet taught to young children, but rather the district's way to communicate its...
  • Crenshaw helps Mesa get back on track

    Crenshaw helps Mesa get back on track
    On many Tuesday nights, up to two dozen football players pack a classroom at Costa Mesa High. They arrive after a long and grueling football practice for help with their schoolwork. Some players don't even have to show up for tutoring. They come and...