Linde’s man named NHA chairman

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North American CO2 Summit: sessions one and two recap

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State schools superintendent visits area

first_img“This new, hyper-competitive economy requires students to have better critical thinking, problem solving and analytical skills,” he said in a speech at the Industry Hills Expo Center. O’Connell noted some achievements at the school district, including Giano Intermediate School’s improved scores on the Academic Performance Index. He also mentioned the awards the schools received, such as the National Blue Ribbon and Distinguished Schools honors. “This district is a triple crown winner,” he said. But the state superintendent said that challenge of closing the achievement gap remains, and teachers need to work diligently toward teaching every child. The California student body is now nearly 50 percent Latino students and 31 percent white, O’Connell said. Half of the state’s students come from low-income households and more than 40 percent of students speak another language when they are home, he added. Photo Gallery: Back-to-school celebration INDUSTRY – Jack O’Connell urged Rowland Unified School District administrators and teachers Tuesday to step up their efforts to ensure students are getting the best education. The state superintendent of public instruction’s talk with the staff was part of an annual district Employee Back-to-School Kick-off Celebration, which drew about 2,100 K-12 teachers, classified and maintenance staff. O’Connell’s visit to the San Gabriel Valley also included a visit to Pomona Unified School District. Rowland Superintendent Maria Ott also highlighted district achievements and paid tribute to the staff for their hard work and said she expects another successful school year. [email protected] (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2108160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more