When Canyon Crest Academy social science teacher Zachary Brown asked his students for ideas for a project focused on the environment, producing a comic book was the last thing he thought they’d suggest.
Wearing their “March For Our Lives” T-shirts, former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students Sofie Whitney and Brendan Duff were featured at an event held at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center in La Jolla on June 2.
One of the factors that school districts and their consultants use to encourage voter support for General Obligation bonds is to emphasize that school districts must create an Independent Citizens Oversight Committee.
In addition to live-action role-playing strategies for academic learning, discussed in last week’s column, other panels at San Diego’s 2018 Comic-Con presented fascinating information about using comics and graphic novels to teach students core curriculum lessons.
Comic-Con’s mission statement begins: “Comic-Con International San Diego is a nonprofit educational corporation …” Although pop culture is integral to its overall mission, Comic-Con’s educational component looms large, beyond the film and television stars and glitz and cosplay.
Either the Del Mar Union School District badly misjudged the attitude of the community, forgot to advise the city of Del Mar, or pushed too suddenly for a newly revised Facilities Master Plan and a General Obligation bond.