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Cal State Fullerton online course covers new anti-bullying laws

An online Cal State Fullerton course provides teachers, school administrators, and staff the information they need to know about California’s new anti-bullying laws.

The course is designed to help ensure these laws are effectively enacted, but also to provide school officials with the ability to recognize and effectively address the dynamics of bullying.

“Understanding and Addressing LGBT and Gender-Based Bullying” is a month-long online course that begins Oct. 27.

California and federal anti-bullying laws will be explored through the testimony of experts, administrators, teachers, parents and students.

The course is organized as a series of multi-media learning modules developed and team-taught by scholars and professionals in the fields of education, psychology, health, public policy and the law.

Registration in this course is through University Extended Education.

The fee for the one-unit online course is $210.

For more information, go to http://extension.fullerton.edu/ProfessionalDevelopment/bullying or call 657-278-5836.

Last Updated ( Monday, 20 October 2014 23:02 )

 

Children’s Museum of Art and Science seeks workshop volunteers

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – The Children’s Museum of Art and Science (CMAS) is seeking volunteers who would be interested in providing enrichment workshops for after school pro...

Feliz named latest Beltrami Scholarship recipient

Feliz named latest Beltrami Scholarship recipient

UKIAH, Calif. – John Feliz Jr. grew up in Ukiah and comes from a long line of tribal leaders and advocates for American Indian affairs.

He has always been fascinated by po...

Pomo School students participate in CMAS robot workshop

Pomo School students participate in CMAS robot workshop

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – Ms. Johnson’s second grade class at Pomo School had great fun building and programming Lego robots in a two-hour workshop offered by the Children’s Mu...

Last Updated ( Thursday, 23 October 2014 12:59 )

Mendocino College receives behavioral health workforce grant

NORTH COAST, Calif. – Mendocino College has received grant funding to cover the expense of earning a certificate of achievement as a human service worker.

All registration...

Carlé Chronicle: Report on recent school events

Carlé Chronicle: Report on recent school events

Hello again readers, and welcome to a very special edition of the Carlé Chronicle, your primary news source for all things Carlé High School.

Carlé’s student of the week l...

Last Updated ( Saturday, 18 October 2014 16:16 )

Mendocino College Board to consider alternative to sustain educational activities at Point Arena

NORTH COAST, Calif. – The Mendocino College Board of Trustees held a special meeting Wednesday afternoon to discuss the findings of the board’s Ad Hoc Committee on Point ...

Wold graduates from Armstrong Atlantic with nursing degree, commissions to US Navy

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Laura Grace Wold graduated from Armstrong Atlantic University in Savannah, Georgia in May.

A 2010 graduate of Upper Lake High School, Wold received her bac...

Griswold makes Imagination Library gift

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – Berta Kaemmerling, director of Surgical and Emergency Services and the Women’s Care Unit at St. Helena Hospital Clear Lake, recently received a surpri...

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