It’s not uncommon for foster youth to be put on medication for a long period of time.
By Kevin McNeill
In 2014, various civil rights organizations and individual students sued the Kern High School District (KHSD), the Kern County Department of Education (KCDOE) and the California Department of Education (CDE) in response to the disproportionate suspension of Black and Latino students.
By Louis Medina
(This article was originally published in the December 2019 issue of Kern County Family Magazine)
The Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke shows us how a census can alter the course of world events.
I was just two years old when I was placed in the foster care system in Kern County.
With Thanksgiving just days away, Kern Sol News wanted to take a moment to share what we are thankful for.
BY ANGELL MAGANA
As someone who does phone banking, I get all types of calls. Sometimes the conversations go well and end with, “I’m really happy you are so young and doing this,” while other times people hang up before I even finish up with, “My name is Angell, and I am a member of LOUD For Tomorrow…”
The year 2020 will be a huge year for our community.