For Welch, the issue isn’t just that some children get stuck with bad teachers. The issue is that California’s once-admired schools have fallen to the bottom in the nation in achievement, and schools have been slow to adopt reforms. Children in low-income areas face the biggest educational hurdles and need the best teachers, he said. “You certainly can’t have a system that makes it impossible for that to happen,” Welch said. But California’s two large teacher unions, which are helping the state defend the litigation, argue that teachers aren’t to blame.
Inaugural art exhibit to open ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower in Oakley, OAKLEY — You, Me Oakley, in partnership with the city of Oakley, opens an inaugural art exhibit “Origins of Oakley” at the Oakley City Hall, 3231 Main St, The exhibit will highlight the multicultural and immigrant stories of Oakley’s past and present, encouraging all to reflect on their cultural heritage, An opening reception is set for 7 to 9 p.m, Saturday at City Hall, The exhibit runs 9 a.m, to 5 p.m, weekdays through Nov, 22, For information, call 925-625-7011, or email firstname.lastname@example.org..
Geary will also conduct Ancora, PEBCC’s most advanced treble choir, in “Magnificat,” also from Porpora’s “Vespers.” The treble group of high school young women will perform its seven movements for chorus and soloists. The program will then turn to the other side of the Atlantic, where in Guatemala, indigenous musicians composed and performed in colonial cathedrals. “Eric Tuan found photocopies of the manuscripts that exist in the cathedral in Guatemala and from those manuscripts has made a modern practical performing edition, newly editing them for the Piedmont Choir,” Geary said. “The pieces he’s conducting will be their first performance since those days when they were originally performed.”.
Details: Oct, 21-22; California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco; free; epiphanydance.org, AXIS Dance Company, “Onward and Upward”: Celebrating 30 years at the Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts, Axis, the country’s leading physically integrated dance company starts a new era with recently hired artistic director Marc Brew by premiering “Radical Impact,” the choreographer’s collaboration with JooWan Kim and his Oakland hip-hop orchestra Ensemble Mik Nawooj, The home season performances also feature a reprise Amy Seiwert’s acclaimed “The Reflective Surface,” and Stephen Petronio’s 2001 “Secret Ponies” performed here by ballerina, dancer, ballet shoes, dance girl embroidered bodysuit, embroidered toddler t-shirt, embroidered t-shirt, baby shower the original cast..
Those who survive claim it to be a horrifying adventure in terror, a haunted house beyond description. The haunted house will be held on Technology Way and Brentwood Boulevard. The Fall Harvest Festival is already under way with the Smith Family Farm’s annual pumpkin patch. Take a hayride to pick out the pumpkin of your choice then stay to enjoy interactive music performances and educational displays. Prepare to get lost in the corn maze, wander through a Miwok Indian village, the animal barnyard and country store, then enjoy a picnic for a complete fall harvest experience.
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