Bilingual Education at a Crossroads
Before most of us even entered the K-12 classroom, a battle was fought and lost for bilingual education. In elementary school, we all either watched our friends leave the classroom for English as a second language (ESL) classes or we participated in the programs ourselves….
New UCSC Properties in Silicon Valley and Scotts Valley
Within a few days of each other, UC Santa Cruz announced two new permanent campus extensions in Santa Clara and Scotts Valley. UCSC purchased a 90,000-square-foot building in Santa Clara for $46.5 million from Irvine Company, which will be financed by a 99-year interest-only loan….
The typewriter sat on the kitchen table for five years. Anyone who passed it was welcome to sit down and type something, adding to the narrative of the group journal kept by UC Santa Cruz’s first and only housing cooperative — People’s Alternative Dwellings (PAD)….
Jeremy Sanford, associate professor of molecular, cellular and developmental (MCD) biology, came from his home in Indiana to UC Santa Cruz in 2008 because of its esteemed reputation for housing leaders in his field. Eight years later, he started the Sanford Lab which concentrates on…