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June 12, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Embattled Marin Community College District Supt. and President Jim Middleton's resignation has been accepted by district trustees. Board President Frank Parnell said that Middleton told the board of his plans to leave and that the board accepted his resignation Tuesday. Middleton remained impassive as the announcement was made. In April he received an overwhelming vote of no confidence from the faculty. Middleton is a candidate for the top post at an Oregon community college.
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June 12, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Embattled Marin Community College District Supt. and President Jim Middleton's resignation has been accepted by district trustees. Board President Frank Parnell said that Middleton told the board of his plans to leave and that the board accepted his resignation Tuesday. Middleton remained impassive as the announcement was made. In April he received an overwhelming vote of no confidence from the faculty. Middleton is a candidate for the top post at an Oregon community college.
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March 6, 1991 | RICHARD PEREZ-PENA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Oxnard High School students are either armed or intimidated, adult troublemakers can enter and leave the campus at will, and administrators remain largely unaware of the violence that plagues the facility, according to some of the more than 100 parents who attended a grievance session at the school Tuesday night. The meeting in the school library--attended by Oxnard Unified School District Supt.
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May 12, 1999 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Marin County, home to some of the state's wealthiest residents, also has the most financially troubled community college district in the state. "It's ironic," said Greg Brockbank, president of the college Board of Trustees, "Marin County is so wealthy . . . but it's like we're some little, poor, rural district."
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February 7, 1998 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN and CLAIRE VITUCCI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The second major rainstorm of the week pounded the San Fernando Valley on Friday, flooding streets and causing power outages and traffic accidents, including a cluster of chain-reaction fender-benders on the Ventura Freeway that banged up more than 50 vehicles. More rain is forecast over the next four days, although it is predicted to be of less intensity, said a forecaster for WeatherData Inc., which provides forecasts for The Times.
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July 7, 1999 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At $12 per unit, California community colleges offer the nation's cheapest college education--one that is expected to get even cheaper with the Legislature's passage of a proposal to reduce fees for the second year in a row. But although low fees are popular with students and lawmakers, they are criticized by some policy experts who say that contrary to intent, California's rock-bottom community college prices work against the interests of low-income students.
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June 23, 1999 | JILL LEOVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At $12 per unit, the California Community Colleges offer the nation's cheapest college education--one that is expected to get even cheaper with the Legislature's passage of a proposal to reduce fees for the second year in a row. But although low fees are popular with students and lawmakers, they are criticized by some policy experts who say that, contrary to intent, California's rock-bottom community college prices work against the interests of low-income students.
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April 14, 1991 | ADRIANNE GOODMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A violent confrontation between black and Latino students during a rainy lunch period at Oxnard High School in February is a symptom of racial tension that has been simmering for years, some parents and students say. But a multiracial group of parents is determined to turn the incident into an instrument for good. Downplaying racial problems, the parents want to help make the school safer and then turn to other improvements at the 2,278-student school.
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