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  • Orange investigating principal over sick days, leave time

     
    On a number of days when district records show Carver Middle School Principal Wayne Green was out sick or in school, conference agendas show he was speaking around the country or consulting with other states or school districts. After the Sentinel asked...
  • Reports say Apple will announce 'Garage Band for ebooks'

     
    More hints about Apple's Thursday announcement point to being able to create interactive textbooks....
  • Apple's iBooks 2, iBooks Author: Bids to own publishing's future

     
    Apple's new iBooks 2, iBooks Author and iTunes U apps are moves to capture the future of education and self-publishing. The apps are also a move to continue to build on the success Apple had under the late Steve Jobs....
  • Teaching by example

    Teaching by example
    Students and teachers from Ocean View School District are sharing a new teaching method with schools throughout the country. College View, Sun View and Westmont elementary schools, as well as a team of teachers from Mesa View and Vista View middle...
  • Student's artwork to grace cover of math book

    Student's artwork to grace cover of math book
    SAN DIEGO - A Chula Vista student is already looking forward to opening her math book next year, now that her artwork will grace the cover. Art is a passion of 7-year-old Alyssa Gonzalez and her imagination led her to draw an award-winning drawing...
  • Apple Begins Selling Textbooks on iPad

    Apple Begins Selling Textbooks on iPad
    Apple on Thursday lifted the veil on its plans to remake the educational landscape in a way that centers on its best-selling tablet computer, the iPad. "Education is deep in Apple's DNA and iPad may be our most exciting education product yet," Philip...
  • Governor Daniels presents Mr. Math award to Park Tudor student

    Governor Daniels presents Mr. Math award to Park Tudor student
    Governor Mitch Daniels presented this year’s Mr. Math award to a Park Tudor student Tuesday.  High school senior Jeffrey Shen was named Indiana Mr. Math for 2011. Shen scored a perfect 800 on the math section of the SAT and a perfect score of 36 on...
  • Book helps sort out caregiving options

    Paul Hogan grew up with caregiving. When his grandmother fell ill, his mother cheerfully told her siblings she would provide care. "The family felt my grandmother might live a year, at most. She was so weak," Hogan recalls. "Well, the year turned...
  • Wash Away Pricey Beauty Regimens

    Wash Away Pricey Beauty Regimens
    In tough economic times, looking your best is still important - maybe more than ever. Like it or not, studies show that attractive people earn more money and hold greater positions of power. But when people are worried about keeping jobs and making...
  • Books by John Wooden

    Books by John Wooden
    From Contemporary Authors and Los Angeles Times "A Game Plan for Life: The Power of Mentoring" — John Wooden and Don Yaeger. (2009) "Coach Wooden's Leadership Game Plan for Success: 12 Lessons for Extraordinary Performance and Personal Excellence"...
  • May 18 - Live Webchat with Employment Expert Jason Seiden

    May 18 - Live Webchat with Employment Expert Jason Seiden
    Jason Seiden is a career consultant with experience working with managers, professionals, executives, and students. He is one of the industry's freshest voices, providing sought-after thought-leadership through the written and spoken word. Jason is an...
  • Building firms will dig in for work

    Building firms will dig in for work
    In previous years, the watchword for most Lehigh Valley-based construction companies was "cautiously optimistic." This year, the caution part of that equation seems to be outweighing the optimism, as companies look ahead to what might be a rocky year....