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Many CA English learners classified as learning disabled

A new study of how English-learner students are taught in California raises profound questions about how seriously the state and many school districts take their responsibility to these students. The study — prepared by researchers from Stanford, UC Santa Cruz,

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3 CA MBA entrepreneur programs among world’s best

The Financial Times of London, one of the most influential global business publications, recently assessed all the MBA programs in the world for their record in developing successful entrepreneurs. Three private California schools — Stanford, the University of San Diego

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When Anthony Kennedy was a ‘bashful’ CA lobbyist

Justice Anthony Kennedy, the author of last week’s historic Supreme Court decision making gay marriage the law of the land, is a Californian through and through. Here’s part of his official court bio: Kennedy was born in Sacramento, California, on

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Millionaire tax flight study full of hasty generalizations

Oct. 30, 2012 By Wayne Lusvardi When hosting TV game show “Family Feud,” the late host Richard Dawson made famous his line: “Survey says!” There’s a new study out on how millionaires react to tax increases. What does the survey

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Leftists attack Prop. 32 campaign reform

Commentary July 24, 2012 By John Seiler Anyone who observes California politics knows that the government-worker unions dominate the state from top to bottom. They forced union pension spiking on the state a decade ago, leading to the spate of

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CalSTRS Drops Fund Projections

John Seiler: Putting its investment projections slightly more in line with reality, yesterday CalSTRS downgraded its fund forecast. According to its own announcement, “The governing board of the California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) today adopted a new set of

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