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  • 27 August

    1963: March on Washington

    Fifty years ago, a throng of 200,000 people — both black and white — descended on the Washington Monument to call for a program of civil rights and equality, which this nation had failed to achieve despite its lip service to lofty ideals. Our nation’s pledge of allegiance, which every school …

  • 15 August

    Save the planet, Baby!

    We’re all worried about the environment– even those folks who drive big honkin’ Hummers and keep the AC going full blast at the summer house until January, while simultaneously lighting the fireplace. Perhaps they’re even more concerned than the Average Joe because the world now has only about two and a half …

July, 2013

  • 18 July

    Inspired Learning Academy thanks GMT

      Thank you so much for your support of and enthusiasm for the Inspired Learning Academy and its bright future at the High Desert Middle School Campus for the 2013-2014 school year. We are sharing our strengths with the community and serving a growing student body with this year’s Pilot …

  • 3 July

    The American Experience

    Reflecting on what “American” means with Bill Hing Fourth of July is here again. I can already remember last year, standing awkwardly in the kitchen of someone I hardly knew, where every table and counter top was covered with pies, chips, dip and potato salad. I was invited, sure, but …