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She devotes herself to children with vision, hearing, orthopedic challenges or other developmental disabilities.
The measure would allow the schools to offer the four-year degrees when a local workforce need for college graduates can be shown.
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It is "Teacher Appreciation Event" from Aug. 1-3 at all stores, including Concord and Pleasant Hill.
The four high-schoolers from Concord and Walnut Creek are competing against seven teams from around the world for $10,000 on Wednesday in Silicon Valley.
The College Board will invalidate test scores after an investigation found that students who took their tests in two portable classrooms were not seated five feet apart and were not all faci
Robin Joseph, a De La Salle sophomore, earned Excellence in Water Research Award.
New Stanford study says walking fuels inspiration.
“Run For (Your) Life!” will be held at the Concord school's football/track stadium.
City's recycling-theft specialist deserves the credit for coordinating the donations. Monte Gardens students receive the learning materials today -- Thursday -- in a school assembly.
Several local kids will be competing at the national level in Chicago. The Concord fundraiser in April will hopefully help defray their travel costs.