Education Archive

  • My WASL is a monster that eats children and gets stronger from their fears

    Education Wonders and Blunders

    Education Wonders and Blunders 3/25/2014 Jeb Bush is the latest governor to yell “The Asians Are Coming” to justify expensive, toxic and harmful Common Cr*p education deforms. Conservative Asian woman Michelle Malkin has adopted Common Core as one of her favorite government disasters that needsd […]

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    Open Call for School Award Nominations

    - Educators to be honored for promoting diversity at the 10th Annual Hill Physicians Asian Heritage Street Celebration - SAN FRANCISCO, CA (March 11, 2014) - As part of the 10th Annual Hill Physicians Asian Heritage Street Celebration (AHSC), outstanding Bay Area teachers, administrators, and staff will be honored […]

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    Growing Up Asian in America Contest Underway

    STUDENT ART, ESSAY & MEDIA CONTEST  •  $20,000 IN CASH & PRIZES •   Growing Up Asian in America, a signature program of the Asian Pacific Fund, is one of the largest celebrations of Asian heritage in America. It serves as a community resource, helping […]

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    CampusQuest Last Chance College Application Deadlines

      CampusQuest Blog The most selective colleges usually have January 1st application deadlines. A few schools like the University of Washington in Seattle have a December 1st deadline. Turns out there isn’t any good list I could find on colleges that are left after January […]

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    Outstanding Filipina Assistant Principal Honored

        The National Association of Secondary School Principals has recently recognized Filipina Cynthia Rapaido as California’s National Assistant Principal of the Year. She has also been named Association of California School Administrators‘ 2013 Secondary Co-Administrator of the Year. Rapaido has been assistant principal at San Mateo […]

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    NAEP Progress Report Surprise

    The Usual and Not So Usual NAEP Progress Report The Washington Post celebrated the tremendous growth of test scores in Washington D.C.  on the  2013 National Assessment of Educational Progress, which is the national test that is supposed to track the progress of students of various […]

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  • Students from George Washington High School sell raffle tickets at the 8th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration. Photo by Frank Jang.

    AHSC Helps Schools Raise Nearly $100,000 To Date

          With AsianWeek Foundation’s help, SF public and private schools have raised almost $100,000 as of 2013 through the Asian Heritage Street Celebration “Make Some Money For Your School” Raffle Fundraising Program. The AsianHeritage Street Celebration School Raffle Program is a community based […]

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    ‘Mandarin Returns Home’ — SAT Scores Climb for Asian Americans

      According to The National Center for Fair and Open Testing, there’s a disturbing trend in SAT scores in America. Since 2006, the score over all has fallen 20 points, dropping from 1518 to 1498 in 2012, six years later. White students’ average score has fallen by […]

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    Classes Begin August 14 at City College of San Francisco; Financial Aid Opportunities Still Available for Current and New Students

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. – There is a lot of good news for current and new City College of San Francisco students. The college is open, fully accredited and many classes are still available for fall 2013.  A variety of financial aid opportunities are also available for […]

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  • Chinese American Environmental Professional Association's Willard Chin, Reanna Lao, Supervisor Katy Tang, Amanda Tse, and AsianWeek Foundation's Ted Fang.

    Three Chinese American High School Students Win Cash For Environmental Presentations

        SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Chinese American Environmental Professionals Association (CAEPA) was recently joined by the AsianWeek Foundation and San Francisco Supervisor Katy Tang in announcing the three winners of the CAEPA 2013 Environmental Contest, in which high school students from all over […]

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