OCEANSIDE–Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation’s John Steiger Performing Arts Scholarships are available to North County graduating high school seniors. The annual award is given to students based upon their experience and contributions to their performing arts program, and a teacher recommendation. This year’s selected students can receive $750.00 to $900.00 to further their arts education. To […]
ATLANTA–(PRNewswire)–The Home Depot announced its $1 million in funding for its 2010 Pro Trade Scholarship Program. The Home Depot has more than tripled a $300,000 scholarship fund it first established in 2009 to support students attending professional building and construction trade schools. This year’s program will not only support individual students, but also the schools […]
By Christine Clark LA JOLLA–Thousands will battle it out in what promises to be one of the largest video game tournaments in Southern California Jan. 16-17 at the University of California, San Diego. The sixth annual Winter Game Fest on UC San Diego’s campus will feature several new video games, such as Super Smash Bros. […]
By Christine Clark LA JOLLA–The University of California, San Diego is ranked the ‘best value’ in California, according to the list of 100 best values in public colleges and universities that will appear in the February 2010 issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine. “UC San Diego remains affordable to students,” confirmed the university’s vice chancellor […]
(NAPSI)-Parents and educators agree students need to develop learning skills that help them think critically, analyze information, communicate, collaborate and problem-solve. Turn To Technology Technology plays an essential role in realizing these learning skills in today’s knowledge-based society. Consuming, processing and learning from media in many forms simultaneously is how today’s tech-savvy students function. For […]
SAN DIEGO–In an effort to better understand who San Diego State University consulted with prior to eliminating the local admissions guarantee, the Education Consortium submitted a public records act request in October. What they got back was over 2,000 pages that failed to include significant documents encompassed in the request.
SAN DIEGO–After the threat of a court order forced Fallbrook High School to allow publication of a previously censored article and editorial in the student newspaper, the Fallbrook Union High School District voted to settle a lawsuit brought by the ACLU and Bostwick & Jassy LLP to enforce the free speech rights of student journalists […]