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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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  • Commentary: Coast students stress sustainability

    It has often been said that the grass is always greener on the other side. But the student leaders in the Coast Community College District argue that the grass can be greener on our side if we move toward sustainable practices. On Oct. 25, Coast's...
  • School district faces substitute teacher shortage

    With an increasing number of teachers spending more days outside their classrooms in preparation for Common Core's sweeping new curriculum standards, Newport-Mesa Unified is facing a shortage of substitute teachers to fill the void. Kimberly Claytor,...
  • College district may ban smoking on campus

    College district may ban smoking on campus
    The Coast Community College District is seeking feedback from students and faculty at its three campuses before considering a districtwide smoking ban. The proposed ban, which the board plans to vote on in the spring, would affect Coast's three colleges...
  • Apodaca: Don't forget bullying for the nuances

    Issues surrounding bullying have taken a front seat in public discourse during the past few years, and the growing awareness has generally been regarded as a positive development. But in recent months questions have been increasingly raised about the...
  • Mariners school honors veterans

    Mariners school honors veterans
    It's been 68 years since Eddie Felix worked in the boiler room of the USS Cowpens during World War II, but he recalls events as if they happened yesterday. The keynote speaker Monday at Mariners Christian School's 11th annual Veterans Day...
  • OCC considers student housing

    Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa may soon be shedding its commuter campus reputation as the college looks toward building student housing. The Coast Community College District, which oversees three colleges — Orange Coast, Golden West and...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Why is California so crazy?

    A reminder that the next program of the Friends of the Costa Mesa Libraries Speaker Series will occur Saturday at 6 p.m. when Laer Pearce will discuss his book, "Crazifornia: Tales From the Tarnished State — How California Is Destroying Itself and...
  • Structure could ease OCC parking woes

    Structure could ease OCC parking woes
    On a typical day at Orange Coast College, students circle the lots in a frenzy, attempting to beat their peers to a parking spot close to their next class. If they're lucky, they might notice another student walking to a car and snag that space once...
  • Students back in class after bomb threat

    Students at Westpark Elementary in Irvine were back in class by 10:30 a.m. Thursday after officials failed to find evidence of a planted bomb, as threatened by a caller, authorities said. The school was evacuated after campus officials received an...
  • Carnett: We were changed by events of Nov. 22, 1963

    It was one of the most shocking and appalling historical events of my lifetime. In some regards it became the defining moment for my generation. I speak of the assassination of the president of the United States 50 years ago this week. A demented...
  • Jogging for money, exercise and camaraderie

    Jogging for money, exercise and camaraderie
    Newport Elementary School's third annual jog-a-thon had students running to raise money for the school Wednesday morning against the picturesque backdrop of rolling waves crashing along the coastline. Principal Rich Rodriguez high-fived a group of...
  • Paularino educators honored for philanthropy

    Paularino educators honored for philanthropy
    Paularino Elementary School teachers Lisa Roberts and Shannon Spining share a passion for teaching and kayaking. Now, the pair have something else in common: an award for their philanthropic efforts. Roberts and Spining started their nonprofit,...