Education Archive

  • advanced placement

    Rotten To The Common Core / Advanced Stupidity

    Rotten To the Common Core We learned the 80s, 90s and 2000s that The New Math was stupid Outcomes Based Education (OBE) was stupid The Open School was stupid Fuzzy / Reform Math was stupid Whole language was stupid Multicultural Focused Education / Ebonics was […]

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  • college graduation

    Your Graduation Announcement Here / Rotten To The Common Core

          Here’s something different for all you high school and college graduates out there. For those of you that want to put up an announcement to brag about your success or bitch about your disapointments, using the comments, give out your name (or […]

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  • Eugene Wing

    Local Educators to be Honored for Promoting Diversity at AHSC

    Six extraordinary educators from the Bay Area will be honored for their dedication in promoting cross-cultural diversity in their communities at the Ninth Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration School Awards Ceremony sponsored by Target. Each awardee will be presented with a glass plaque and a […]

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  • NAAAP Grad School

    NAAAP SF Hosts Career Success Series

      NAAAP SF “Career Success” series Speaker Series 1: “Grad School: Is it Worth It?” Are you a professional or college graduate thinking about going back to school for a graduate degree but not sure if it’s worth it? Or maybe you are a college […]

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  • 8th Annual Asian Heritage Street Celebration Awards ceremony

    AHSC Seeks School Award Nominations!

        Do you know an educator who is committed to promoting cross cultural diversity? Think the community should be aware of their accomplishments while encouraging others to follow in their lead? We are currently looking for nominees for the 9th Annual Asian Heritage Street […]

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  • Students from Misawa high school

    Students Gather to Remember Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

        On the second anniversary of the tragic earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011, San Francisco’s George Washington and Abraham Lincoln High Schools teamed up to honor the lives lost and affected by the disaster and to promote the understanding of Japan’s […]

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  • Rubi Ho

    Am I on the Right Bus? How to avoid the $100,000 college blunder!

        Without a father or mother in my life, there were no guides for me.  I was left to fend for myself.  Without much direction, I simply attended college because all my friends around me were attending.  And being poor most of my life […]

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  • firebird

    Stravinsky’s Firebird and the Other John Adams

    [youtube|Hu's on First] I had the privilege of writing (and man, a lot of time researching) program notes for the Southeastern Minnesota Youth Orchestra (SEMYO) which is playing a few ambitious pieces this weekend. SEMYO is one of the few groups in Rochester Minnesota where you’ll find a pretty decent […]

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  • TAP Scholarship

    Bay Area Taiwanese American Community Scholarship

        Started in 2012 by Taiwanese American Professionals – SF Chapter (TAP-SF) and supported by TAP’s parent organization, Taiwanese American Citizens League (TACL), the annual Bay Area Taiwanese American Community Scholarship recognizes outstanding SF Bay Area high school students who demonstrate leadership potential and […]

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  • CAEPA

    Environmental Contest for Bay Area Asian American High School Students

          San Francisco, CA – The Chinese American Environmental Professionals Association (CAEPA) and the Asianweek Foundation (AWF) recently announced its Environmental Contest for Bay Area Asian American High School Students. Students can submit power point presentations of an environmental issue of their choice […]

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