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March 4, 1990
I am an involved parent in San Diego Unified School District who believes the words of Jacqueline Jackson were taken totally out of context (" 'Teacher Bashing' Rhetoric Begets Hatred and Violence," Editorial, Feb. 4). The words of Ms. Jackson have been construed by the media to mean the physical harassment and/or bashing of teachers. This is absurd when the term "teacher bashing" was originally coined by teachers of the San Diego Teachers Assn. who were tired of being blamed for student underachievement.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1990
I am an involved parent in San Diego Unified School District who believes the words of Jacqueline Jackson were taken totally out of context (" 'Teacher Bashing' Rhetoric Begets Hatred and Violence," Editorial, Feb. 4). The words of Ms. Jackson have been construed by the media to mean the physical harassment and/or bashing of teachers. This is absurd when the term "teacher bashing" was originally coined by teachers of the San Diego Teachers Assn. who were tired of being blamed for student underachievement.
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May 18, 1988 | BOB SIPCHEN and GARRY ABRAMS, Times Staff Writers
Officially, Jacqueline Jackson, wife of presidential candidate Jesse Jackson, was not among the 69 passengers aboard a Midway Airlines 737 that made a one-engine landing in Pittsburgh on the way from Washington to Chicago recently. "Our passenger name list did not include anyone by the name of Jackson," Midway Airlines said after the emergency.
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May 18, 1988 | BOB SIPCHEN and GARRY ABRAMS, Times Staff Writers
Officially, Jacqueline Jackson, wife of presidential candidate Jesse Jackson, was not among the 69 passengers aboard a Midway Airlines 737 that made a one-engine landing in Pittsburgh on the way from Washington to Chicago recently. "Our passenger name list did not include anyone by the name of Jackson," Midway Airlines said after the emergency.
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October 11, 1998
A Superior Court judge has granted an injunction restricting the activities of a Compton street gang allegedly at the center of a recent bloody gang war, authorities said Friday. Judge Richard L. Fruin Jr. approved the injunction against the Compton Varrio Tortilla Flats gang, which has had recent gunfights with rival gangs that have left at least one dead and four wounded, including two bystanders, said Deputy Dist. Atty. Jacqueline Jackson.
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June 12, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports
The Rev. Jesse Jackson says the biggest threat to the younger generation is not bigotry but weakness of character. He urged his daughter's ninth-grade class to shun drugs and seek out challenges to improve the world. "What does it matter if you have this opportunity to lead us into the next century and choose some flirtation or infatuation over using these precious moments to improve your mind?" Jackson asked graduating Fay School students Sunday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 4, 1990
The term "bashing" has apparently become so publicly acceptable that a community leader addressing the San Diego city school board recently threatened that parents might resort to "teacher bashing" if improvements are not made in the education of black students. The dictionary says to bash is to strike violently, and certainly that is what happens in the increasingly frequent incidents of "gay bashing."
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June 19, 2001 | From Reuters
The U.S. Navy began a round of bombing practice Monday on the Puerto Rican island of Vieques despite protesters' efforts to infiltrate a bombing range and halt war games. The bombing, with dummy weapons, began on schedule about 2 p.m. EDT and was "going fine," Lt. Cmdr. Awilda Tereira said. Navy security officers arrested eight protesters on the bombing range before the exercises began. Nine more--including Jacqueline Jackson, wife of the Rev.
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July 22, 1988 | DAVID LAUTER, Times Staff Writer
If the point of a modern political convention is to put on an effective television program, then Thursday night Michael S. Dukakis got the show he wanted. Dukakis' aides saw the television coverage of his speech and its surroundings as among the most important moments of the entire campaign, and they went to great pains to achieve exactly the correct effect. Colorless Image For two days, for example, they have been trying to lower expectations for Dukakis' speech.
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August 24, 1991 | HERBERT J. VIDA
High school graduates Lynette Tapia of San Clemente High, and Allyson Still and Chris Lavender, both of Capistrano Valley High, have received Dana Point Coastal Arts Council scholarships. Each received $300. Tapia, a UC Irvine Young Singer of the Year Award winner, plans to major in opera theater at the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio. Still, who has won many art contests, is enrolled at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where she will major in graphic design.
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