Music education also hard hit by by budget cuts.
California music classes and teachers declined dramatically between 1999-2000 and the 2003-04 academic year, according to the aptly named “The Sound of Silence” report, authored by Music For All, a national music education organization.
From kindergarten to community college, art education budgets are being slashed to the bone. And we’re all going to pay the price.
SpectorDance draws from the science to take on its most ambitious project yet: the sea.
Dr. Douglas Garrison talks budget cuts and inspiring educators at annual MPC President’s Address.
(But Marina Coast Water District paid for Collins’ big fat consulting contract, Cal Am tattles.)
The physical and emotional well-being of the Carmel River Watershed—and those who love it—comes to life in a new, collaborative project.
Cal Am projects what water bills will look like in 2015.
Green Vehicles faces rent, cashflow issues in quest to build niche electric vehicles.
Feds audit Housing Authority’s use of stimulus bucks.
College presidents worry about “brain drain” as lawmakers cut deeper into higher education.