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81. California Courts: Courts: Courts Of Appeal: 4th District Division 3: Justices
Studies Program, 1992 (Felony Sentencing); Program Coordinator and Instructor, california Law Edward s parochial School, and the Victim Assistance Program.
Richard M. Aronson, Associate Justice Richard M. Aronson was appointed to the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division Three by Governor Gray Davis and confirmed by the Commission on Judicial Appointments on November 23, 2001. From October 2000 until his appointment as Associate Justice, Justice Aronson was selected to serve as justice pro tempore on the Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division Three. Appointed to the California Superior Court in March 1996 by Governor Pete Wilson, Justice Aronson completed assignments on the civil law and motion calendar, felony criminal trials, family law, and civil trials. From June 1989 to March 1996, he was a superior court commissioner, appointed by the judges of the Orange County Superior Court. In 1991, he became the first commissioner to receive a trial court assignment and served on the Felony Criminal Panel until 1996. Justice Aronson's prior experience includes service, between 1988 and 1989, as a senior staff attorney at the Court of Appeal. From 1980 until 1988, he was an Orange County Public Defender and served as the supervisor of the Writs and Appeals Department and the Homicide Panel. From 1976 to 1979, he served as a deputy district attorney for San Bernardino County. His duties included major felony prosecutions, including homicides. Justice Aronson was admitted to the United States Central District Court of California and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in 1983. He was admitted to the United States Supreme Court in 1987.

82. Frostig Center - Helping Children With Learning Disabilities
link. Our training department offers professional development for general and special education teachers in public, private and parochial schools.
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The Frostig Center is dedicated to helping children with learning disabilities. Our three-part mission includes direct service, training, and research. Our day school for students with learning disabilities (including dyslexia, non-verbal learning disabilities, and ADHD) helps students succeed. Learn more about our day school Our research department is dedicated to exploring the causes and treatment of learning disabilities. We are involved in research on the use of assistive technology, reading strategies, and success attributes (predictors of success). Find out about our research in helping individuals with learning disabilities. link Our training department offers professional development for general and special education teachers in public, private and parochial schools. We serve as a resource to our community. Our areas of expertise include identifying learning disabilities, reading, writing, and math instruction and behavior management strategies for struggling learners. Learn about our current offerings.

83. Elusive Independent Voters: California's Political Minefield  ©2002 RightTurns
for their child s education and permitting them to use those dollars in the form of a scholarship to attend a private, public or parochial school of their - Columnists ARTHUR BRUZZONE
Ground Zero for School Vouchers

July 15, 2003
"The scene in the Committee room was pretty amazing. I have not seen anything like it on the Hill before. On one side of the seating area in the Committee room were opponents of D.C. school choice, all wearing stickers saying "Stop DC Vouchers" handed out by a representative of the People for the American Way. Ninety-nine percent of the voucher opponents were white. On the other side of the room were supporters of vouchers. They were all black, mostly women and children, wearing DC school choice t-shirts." From Capital Hillblogger
The District of Columbia is ground zero for school choice. All forces converge there. The District is home to the United States Department of Education, the National Education Association, and the American Federation of Teachers. The problem is very real there. The Districts' students scored lower than all 50 states. Seventy-two percent of black D.C. students read at below basic level. The battle is dramatic and passionate. Congress is debating funding of a pilot school voucher programs - only $75 million spread around the nation's troubled school districts; the District of Columbia would receive $15 million.
The debate has generated interesting intra-party battles. The Wall Street Journal hammered two Republican congressmen for opposing the D.C. voucher appropriation - they were justified in the case of Rep. Todd Platts (R-PA) but less justified in their condemnation of Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ.) Democrat D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton viciously reprimanded Democrat Mayor Anthony Williams for supporting the measure. (Norton sends her now-adult son to private Georgetown Day school.) And more directly, African-American D.C. parents confronted essentially all white opponents of D.C. vouchers in the House subcommittee room (described above.)

84. Teachers.Net - PRIVATE/PAROCHIAL SCHOOL CHATBOARD - Welcome To The Private/Paroc
Re private school teaching requirements in california, 5/13/04, by wig. Re Get thee out of there!, 4/29/04, by Former parochial School teacher.
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  • 85. Charter Schools: Student Achievement Higher At California Charter Schools
    Post Better Scores. Outperform Traditional schools. Veteran california charter public schools are

    86. Mayor S Message Our Bright Future City Of Clayton, California
    Our existing Elementary school has some renovation and expansion in the works, and a parochial school to serve hundreds of students is about to be built on our

    87. Contract For Failure – About
    in teaching grades one through five, including two years in a parochial school. Ms. Fusano also served as a california Teachers Association representative in
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    Pamela A. Riley Expanding the Charter Idea: A Template for Legislative and Policy Reform (1999) and author of Rosemarie Fusano has 15 years of experience in teaching grades one through five, including two years in a parochial school. She has taught and administered a district wide program for gifted and talented students and taught Chapter I at-risk students. Ms. Fusano also served as a California Teachers Association representative in two separate school districts. Ms. Fusano earned a B.A. in sociology and a teacher credential from California State University, Northridge. LaRae Munk Collective Bargaining: Bringing Education Back to the Table. Ms. Munk received a M.A. in education administration from Central Michigan University and a J.D. from Thomas M. Colley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Ruben Peterson has taught mathematics in middle and high schools and has worked with emotionally disturbed and neurologically handicapped children. He has been an elementary school principal, director of testing for school districts, and assistant superintendent of schools for curriculum and instructions. He finished the last 12 years of his public school service as superintendent of schools in two districts. Dr. Peterson earned a B.S. from the University of Oregon, a M.S. from Southern Oregon University, and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.

    88. For Release
    from throughout the state at an awards ceremony in Southern california on May 21st. The private, preschoolthrough-Grade-8 parochial school met all minimum bid
    For Release After: April 30, 2004 Marshall Lane and Castlemont Named California Distinguished Schools... Marshall Lane School, in Saratoga, and Castlemont School, in Campbell, were among the 302 California elementary schools selected for the 2004 "California Distinguished School" award. Only 22 of the recognized schools are in Santa Clara County. This award is considered the state's predominant recognition of a school's total educational program, including high expectations for all students, the implementation of state-adopted standards, and collaborative leadership. Fewer than 1,900 schools were eligible to apply for the honor.Representatives from the Castlemont and Marshall Lane communities will join the Campbell Union School District Superintendent, Dr. Johanna VanderMolen, and Distinguished School representatives from throughout the state at an awards ceremony in Southern California on May 21st. District Names Renter for Hazelwood School Site... The Campbell Union School District Governing Board unanimously approved leasing the soon-to-close Hazelwood School site to Canyon Heights Academy, contingent upon an evaluation of its financial standing and ability to meet long-term requirements of the lease. The private, preschool-through-Grade-8 parochial school met all minimum bid requirements and agreed to lease the site for at least 10 years. "Canyon Heights is a good match for the property because it's an education organization, is fiscally sound, and has a good reputation," said Superintendent Johanna VanderMolen.

    89. California
    William Klein, Education Code Section 37113Permitting parochial School Children to Attend Public School Classes Violates california Constitution, 24 SANTA
    California AMENDMENT LANGUAGE State Constitutional Provisions
    • Cal. Const. art. IX, § 8: "No public money shall ever be appropriated for the support of any sectarian or denominational school, or any school not under the exclusive control of the officers of the public schools; nor shall any sectarian or denominational doctrine be taught, or instruction thereon be permitted, directly or indirectly, in any of the common schools of this State."
    • Cal. Educ. § 60044: "No instructional materials shall be adopted by any governing board for use in the schools which, in its determination, contains: (a) Any matter reflecting adversely upon persons because of their race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, handicap, or occupation.
      (b) Any sectarian or denominational doctrine or propaganda contrary to law."
    RELEVANT CASES State Courts
    • Wilson v. State Bd. of Educ.

    90. - The Jewish Supersite - Vouchers On Radar Screen In Michigan And Cal
    HORWITZ Jewish Telegraphic Agency October 31, 2000 WASHINGTON—california and Michigan send their children to a different public, private or parochial school.

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    Slain baby's funeral International News Czech school cancels seminars with neo-Nazis Sarajevo Haggadah alive and well Vouchers on radar screen in Michigan and California By GAYLE HORWITZ Jewish Telegraphic Agency October 31, 2000 "The school choice movement has had a hard time coming together to push nationally," said Dane Waters, president of the Initiative and Referendum Institute, a nonprofit, nonpartisan educational resource organization, based in Washington. "Passage in either state will definitely bring the movement together." Vouchers would give federal money to parents who choose to send their children to a different public, private or parochial school. The voucher issue, which opponents say violates the separation between church and state, is one of several ballot measures of interest to Jewish voters this season. A handful of other initiatives deal with the civil rights of gays and lesbians and restrictions on abortion.

    91. Resources - Guest Column: Assemblywoman Lynne Leach
    I don’t think so, as long as the local public school educates their children well. Publicparochial-Charter-Home Study…here in california we are so
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    A Message to California's Private School Community Assemblywoman Lynne C. Leach For most Californians, be they parents, students, taxpayers, business people, teachers or anyone in between, the importance of education is a given. We know it is our responsibility to ensure that the next generation is prepared to be leaders, employers, employees, parents, customers and even patriots. In order to do this, we must educate this future leadership core now. The great majority of people look to the public schools to do this job of leadership preparation and responsibility. However, beyond the 6,000,000 or so of our students who walk through the doors of a public school each day are some 640,000 young people who turn to private or parochial schools for their education. The private-parochial parent can give you a variety of reasons for sending their child/children to those institutions: a more focused education, discipline, religions training, academic excellence, security, safety, respect, back-to-basics curriculum, just to name a few. But whatever their reasons, they have found these non-public school facilities more in tune with what they want for their students. Public-Parochial-Charter-Home Study…here in California we are so blessed with many options. It is our responsibility as adult leaders to be sure that which ever choice the parent makes, that education avenue becomes the road to personal success and not the "boulevard of broken dreams" for their children and for our future.

    92. Five Views: A History Of Mexican Americans In California
    and unequal education of Chicano and other ethnic minority children in california. remodel the building, and to eventually establish a parochial school in Casa

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    Chicano Movement
    Selected References

    A History of Mexican Americans in California:
    HISTORIC SITES Casa Blanca School

    Riverside, Riverside County The Casa Blanca School in Riverside epitomizes the historical tradition of de facto segregated, separate, and unequal education of Chicano and other ethnic minority children in California. It also epitomizes the coordinated, successful struggle of ethnic minority communities to fight against racism and unequal education. Born in the political, economic, and social conflicts between Mexicanos and Anglos in the post-Mexican-American War period, the policy and tradition of racial segregation of Riverside schools continued until 1965. It was initiated in 1874, when newly arrived Anglos created the Trujillo School District to serve the residents of La Placita, thus isolating the Mexican community from Riverside. In 1906, the Riverside City School Board reaffirmed the 1874 decision by ruling that all children must attend school in the attendance district in which they lived. This ruling was aimed at the growing number of Mexican immigrant families who were being imported to work as line crews on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad and the Southern Pacific Railroad. Mexican labor was also being recruited for the growing citrus industry, which had boomed in the 1880s and was quickly becoming the economic mainstay of the region. By the early twentieth century, Mexican labor replaced Chinese and Japanese labor, the earliest unskilled labor force brought into the Riverside area. In addition to working the citrus orchards, packing houses, and railroads, Mexican laborers worked in the nearby cement plants and rock quarries and on construction of the Salt Lake Bridge over the Santa Ana River.

    93. California - Notre Dame Mission Volunteers - AmeriCorps
    Los Angeles and San Francisco, california. LOS ANGELES, CA. St. Michael s Elementary School is a Catholic parochial school located in South Central.
    Link To Us Los Angeles and San Francisco, California LOS ANGELES, CA Embracing LA's multiculturalism members provide social and economic assistance through community outreach centers for families. Educational support consists of computer training, GED, ESL and tutoring. Bilingualism is a plus. Site Director: Caroline Sanchez, SND
    Phone: 323-758-7140 or 323-758-0759 - E-mail: Crossing Borders seeks to draw all the people of Los Angeles into a greater sense of the needs of peoples throughout the world, especially of the poor. Through the work of the Border Crossings Program we seek to provide an opportunity for youth to have short (3-7 day experiences) in visiting the poor in Tijuana, Mexico. From this experience participants reflect upon their own lifestyle and how their decisions affect the lives of they're nearest neighbor. The NDA member will be the liaison to the high schools and will help coordinate these trips for the high school students. Nativity Catholic School works with Grades K-8. The school helps students develop positive self-images and respect for others. The NDA member will work as a teachers' assistant for first grade, perform librarian duties for grades 4-8, and help run the primary-grade computer lab. The NDA member will also work with students in the after-school program.

    94. Moreau Catholic High School
    california. Our faculty includes the only board certified art teacher working in the parochial school system in california. English
    Julie A. Clemens
    Director of Institutional Advancement
    27170 Mission Blvd.
    Hayward, CA 94544

    Funding Private Size 1,030 students Endowment: 2003 Tuition: Legal Name: Moreau Catholic High School Moreau Catholic High School Hayward, California History/Background Future Goals Accomplishments Giving Opportunities ... Giving Options HISTORY/BACKGROUND: Our school bears the name of (Venerable) Father Basil Moreau, the founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross. Situated on a 14-acre campus in Hayward, California, Moreau Catholic High School is a day college preparatory high school for 1,030 young women and men in the ninth through 12th grades. The school opened as a boy's school in 1965, becoming coeducational four years later. Demographically, 76 percent of our student body is Catholic and approximately 20 percent of the students receive financial assistance from the school. The cultural diversity of the San Francisco Bay Area is reflected in our student body. For example, 4 percent of our students are African-American, 44 percent are of Asian descent, and 26 percent are European-American. Students of Hispanic descent comprise 13 percent, 1 percent are Native-American, and 12 percent declare other cultural backgrounds. Moreau Catholic is firmly rooted in the heritage and values of Basil Moreau's vision for Catholic schooling and education. Faculty and students adhere to high standards and expectations for individual achievement and social responsibility. As a community of faith, we believe our mission is a call to nurture dignity and respect for all peoples. We are guided by Gospel ideals and principles that give witness to our faith through campus experiences such as building community, liturgical celebrations, prayer, and service.

    95. DCP Today
    students would learn from the experiences their Northern california counterparts gained Of the 600 public, private and parochial school teachers surveyed in a
    Volume 2, Issue 7
    April 30, 2001
    DCP Today Welcome to DCP Today, CENIC's twice-monthly electronic newsletter detailing the latest news about the Digital California Project. IN THIS ISSUE Heard Around California “By delivering advanced network services to K-12 schools across the state, the Digital California Project (DCP) will give local students and teachers access to the next generation of educational and training resources. This network will help bridge the digital divide, bringing together K-12 schools, public and private universities, and educational research institutions.”
    California State Senator Jack O'Connell (D-San Luis Obispo) st critical connection made in San Luis Obispo On Thursday, April 24th, the first county-based access node for the DCP began operations at the San Luis Obispo County Office of Education. Nearly all 96 schools and 37,000 students now can connect to the DCP via the San Luis Obispo node. Educators and lawmakers agree that the DCP is a significant milestone for all K-20 students in San Luis Obispo County. These county-based access nodes are positioned to take full advantage of extant county, district and school networks and the telecommunications infrastructure at school sites. By connecting the existing K-12 county and school district networks to these nodes, K-12 schools, district offices and county offices can then connect to each other statewide through the DCP. In addition, they will be able to connect to the Internet2 network and the commercial Internet. The Fresno County Office of Education is the next node scheduled for completion. For more information on the DCP implementation plan go to

    96. Speaker's Commission On The California Initiative Process
    Tim Draper, would give california parents state vouchers of at least $4,000 a year to send their children to the private or parochial school of their choice.

    97. ADVIS - The Association Bringing Together The Private And Parochial Schools In E
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    98. ADVIS - The Association Bringing Together The Private And Parochial Schools In E
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