Monthly Archives: January 2014
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California’s Children’s Report Card Is In

by Catherine Brozowski Every so often we come across a report that moves us with its staggering data on the well-being of California’s children.  At the start of 2014, we have been getting releases of Read more


Scholarship Opportunities Abound, but Deadlines are Looming

By Julissa Garcia-Corona “Not only has my scholarship made me proud of my achievements, but it has made me excited for my future studying nursing at UC Irvine. Paying for college was going to be Read more


REACH Journal: A Time to Reflect at Big Sur

By Ken Gates Over winter break, while televisions, smartphones and Facebook took the place of school for many young people, the REACH 2013 Cohort left the creature comforts of home and took on the Cone Read more


Video: Unleashing the Educational and Social Power of School Food

In this two and a half minute video, author Jan Poppendieck makes the case for eliminating school lunch payment tiers and viewing the cafeteria as a classroom that teaches children about healthy food and encourages Read more