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Students ask questions and explore ideas that are meaningful to them and their experiences. This facilitates deeper and richer conversations about important issues in their community.
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Leaving a Lasting Mark: Helping Middle School Students Transition to High School

That first year in high school can be a difficult experience for many students.One group of Juniors decided they wanted to help make it easier and more fun.
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Compiling the Evidence: Bringing Ideas For the L.A. River To Life

Can you imagine an ideal space along the L.A. River that's inspiring and inclusive for humans, native plants and animals? A class of third grade students were given that challenge and recently presented their preliminary ideas.
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Clearing a Patch: Students Get Their School Garden Going

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El Monte is a Shining Light for Education

"It's about saving one or two dollars here and there, but most importantly, about sharing the message and creating dialogue within families about going to college,"
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The Importance of Knowing Your History

An arts organization offers students a chance to take a deep look at the people and stories that make up their community.
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A Trip Around El Monte and South El Monte to See its Past, Present, and Future

The trip was an opportunity to see the great work being done and identify what is still needed in the community.
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The Hour of Code is Here!

The event gives everyone an opportunity to explore the tools and learn the language of the 21st century.
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