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October 9, 1998 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ramy Ibrahim's arm repeatedly flies into the air the second a question is asked. He has learned his lessons so well that leaders of Orange County On Track, a group dedicated to celebrating cultural diversity and reducing crime and violence, eventually have to bypass the youngster and call on others. "You learn a lot of ways to deal with problems and a lot about getting along with people and making sure no one takes you over like with drugs," the ebullient 10-year-old explained later.
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October 9, 1998 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ramy Ibrahim's arm repeatedly flies into the air the second a question is asked. He has learned his lessons so well that leaders of Orange County On Track, a group dedicated to celebrating cultural diversity and reducing crime and violence, eventually have to bypass the youngster and call on others. "You learn a lot of ways to deal with problems and a lot about getting along with people and making sure no one takes you over like with drugs," the ebullient 10-year-old explained later.
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July 15, 2001
I agree with the July 1 editorial that it is time to put students first in the Orange Unified School District. As an Orange Unified employee, I am greatly relieved that for now three conservative Orange board members have been removed. If they or their counterparts are not elected in November, Orange has a chance to reverse the decade-long brain drain that has so crippled all levels of professional staffing in the district. Failure to reverse this trend will assign Orange schools to second-rate status among the county's school districts for the foreseeable future.
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