Student performance in California high schools continues to improve with a 72% passing rate in math and 73% in English compared to 70% and 71% respectively last year, according to the latest CAHSEE report released on August 24th. School districts with high Asian populations have close-to-perfect
California Department of Education released the 2010 Standardized Testing and Reporting result on August 16th. The proportion of students scoring Advanced or Proficient increased by 2% compared to last year and Asian students had the highest performance among all ethnic groups. The performance of
May To, one of the founders of non-profit organization Asian Youth Center, passed away recently. The organization will hold its 21st annual fundraising dinner on October 20th in San Gabriel in memory of May To. For more information please contact 626-309-0622 ext.101
According to the 2000 census, 1.67% of the population in Alhambra are African Americans. The number is increasing, Sing Tao Daily reports. African American student John who attends Alhambra High School said that he moved to Alhambra from Pasadena four years ago for the high quality education here.
Last summer Alhambra Youth Feed members explored Main Street, investigating how it changed to the world mix it is today, and how residents use the street. They started with themselves.
The California Department of Education released last week a list of the 100 lowest performing schools. Two Alhambra Unified School District schools including Emery Park Elementary and Granada Elementary and 21 other schools in San Gabriel Valley are on the list. Students in those schools can
Jovenes de la secundaria Alhambra High School participaron en programa educativo en la legislatura patrocinado por senador Gil Cedillo. Los estudiantes fueron ensayados en Sacramento por cuatro dias, disfrutando de la gran oportunidad.
The Alhambra Unified School District recently joined eight other school districts across the state in backing a lawsuit demanding...
Dozens of Alhambra students and teachers joined thousands of protesters on Thursday afternoon in Pershing Square to decry state education cuts. Debby Apraku, who was one of 29 adult education teachers