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September 7, 1989 | From Times Wires Services
Thousands of students stayed away from Sacramento schools Wednesday as a walkout by teachers, counselors and nurses entered its second day. Meanwhile, San Jose's 29,000 students attended their second day of school in classrooms staffed by teachers who came very close to striking but at the last minute accepted a tentative contract offer. In San Diego, teachers prepared to go back to school next week with a 6.4% pay hike approved by school trustees Tuesday.
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March 20, 2000 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Marines have landed at Lindbergh-Schweitzer Elementary School in San Diego and are assisting with a classroom production of the African folk tale "The Lion and the Ostrich Chicks." Elsewhere on campus, Marines are aiding students who are grappling with reading, writing and arithmetic. A Marine and a student are doing a tandem reading of Dr. Seuss' "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street."
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August 17, 1997 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Matadors call it poetry, this art of taunting, of mesmerizing--and ultimately, yes, of killing--a warrior bull. They call it beautiful. Their critics prefer "barbaric." So when two bullfight enthusiasts keen on promoting the sport started a matador school here, a clash was sure to follow. It did. And now, in a dispute that has revved fierce passion on both sides, the Humane Society is investigating the school for cruelty to animals--even though no bull is ever used in training.
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August 17, 1997 | STEPHANIE SIMON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Matadors call it poetry, this art of taunting, of mesmerizing--and ultimately, yes, of killing--a warrior bull. They call it beautiful. Their critics prefer "barbaric." So when two bullfight enthusiasts keen on promoting the sport started a matador school here, a clash was sure to follow. It did. And now, in a dispute that has revved fierce passion on both sides, the Humane Society is investigating the school for cruelty to animals--even though no bull is ever used in training.
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March 20, 2000 | TONY PERRY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Marines have landed at Lindbergh-Schweitzer Elementary School in San Diego and are assisting with a classroom production of the African folk tale "The Lion and the Ostrich Chicks." Elsewhere on campus, Marines are aiding students who are grappling with reading, writing and arithmetic. A Marine and a student are doing a tandem reading of Dr. Seuss' "And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street."
NEWS
September 7, 1989 | From Times Wires Services
Thousands of students stayed away from Sacramento schools Wednesday as a walkout by teachers, counselors and nurses entered its second day. Meanwhile, San Jose's 29,000 students attended their second day of school in classrooms staffed by teachers who came very close to striking but at the last minute accepted a tentative contract offer. In San Diego, teachers prepared to go back to school next week with a 6.4% pay hike approved by school trustees Tuesday.
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