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Salvador Castro: Contribution to the Chicano Movement 

Salvador ‘Sal’ Castro was a social studies teacher at Lincoln High School for the Los Angeles Unified School District. He was the son of Mexican immigrants and was born in Boyle Heights. 263 more words

Gap Year

Starting Fall 2018, Cru is launching our first ever Gap Year missions. A Global Gap Year is a 9-month adventure that will transform lives, give opportunities to trust God in greater ways, and to share the Gospel with high school students across the globe. 417 more words

Leadership

The Calm Before The Storm...

I usually get to school around 6:30 am every day. At this time it is pretty much guaranteed that I am the only person walking the second floor where I have been situated now for almost 11 years. 90 more words

Helping Student Exercise Freedom of Speech

One of the most wonderful aspects of an independent school education is that students are encouraged to develop their own academic paths within the structure of a curriculum. 592 more words

Diversity

SHAD program launching at McGill University in 2018

SHAD is an educational program that empowers exceptional students by providing them with a unique learning experience.

The program invites about 900 high school and CEGEP students annually to partake in experiential learning at universities across Canada. 237 more words

Canada

Inspiring the next generation of stem cell scientists

“The technological breakthroughs that will be happening over the next few years – it’s your generation of scientists that will make this happen.”

Dr. John Zaia, the Director of City of Hope’s Center for Gene Therapy, directed these words to a group of 55 talented high school students attending the 2017 CIRM SPARK meeting.

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Stem Cell Research

Artists: How to Stay Focused on College

It’s that golden time of year again. The ghosts, goblins, and Disney characters have all gone home. Sidewalks are blanketed with autumn leaves and daylight savings time ends this weekend. 564 more words

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