As schools jockey to assert their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) credentials, youth are offered an array of programs focused on robotics, rockets, computer programming, and other topics.
Last summer, staff and parent volunteers at Hubbard Woods transformed the school library's computer lab into an open space where students can make use of more than 20 pieces of educational equipment to
It’s not every day that a Los Angeles public school teacher meets the president. That’s how Bootsie Battle Holt, the math department chair and a seventh- and eighth-grade teacher at Marina del Rey Middle
One in five black high school students in California drop out before they can graduate. That's the highest dropout rate of any race or ethnicity in the state, and much higher than the state's overall dropout
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