Posts Tagged as "education"

Jeremy Tobias talks about CAPK programs on In the 661

March 17, 2018 / By
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Jeremy Tobias, executive director at CAPK, shares about the various  programs and work they do in the community here on In the 661: Youth Voices for Kern.

Joey Williams talks about youth voter rates on In the 661

March 17, 2018 / By
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Joey Williams from Faith in the Valley talks about youth voter turnout in Kern County, how youth can stay informed, and the importance of youth voices when it comes to the electoral process.

Chyna Patz on In the 661

March 17, 2018 / By
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Bakersfield youth and LGBTQ activist Chyn Patz tells her story to us on In the 661: Youth Voices for Kern.

Kern County to Host Third Annual LGBTQ Youth Summit

March 6, 2018 / By
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South Kern Sol

On Saturday March 10th, the Kern County LGBTQ Youth Roundtable will host the third annual LGBTQ Youth Summit for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning and straight allied youth, parents, teachers, and community members.

Despite community outcry, KHSD has no immediate plans to build high school in Lamont

February 9, 2018 / By and
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By Veronica Morley

Lamont residents packed the Kern High School District board chambers Monday in a standing-room only meeting as they pled for trustees to approve the construction of a high school in their town.

Expulsions and transfer rates down amid a gradual transition to PBIS at the Kern High School District

February 9, 2018 / By and
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By Dean Welliver

Following pressure after it settled a lawsuit alleging it engaged in discriminatory disciplinary practices, Kern High School District cut its number of expulsions in half between 2016 and 2017, district officials reported late last month.

Report Identifies Students’ College Pathway Challenges

February 7, 2018 / By and
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Dean Welliver, South Kern Sol, News Report

Look around a typical high school classroom of about 20 students — it’s likely that just six will graduate from college.

Kern High School District to Host Forum On School Discipline and Climate

January 12, 2018 / By and
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South Kern Sol, News Report, Dean Welliver

The Kern High School District will this month host its second community forum on school climate, a condition of a settlement agreement it entered into after parents, students and advocacy groups alleged it engaged in a years-long pattern of discriminatory discipline practices.

Black and Latino Parents See Lack of Funding as Biggest Cause of Racial Disparities in Education

June 8, 2017 / By
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