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March 30, 1993
California Department of Education officials announced Monday that they will appeal a ruling by a Santa Clara County judge that allows a San Jose public high school to broadcast in class the controversial "Channel One" television news program and its commercials.
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December 20, 1998 | From Associated Press
The San Jose Unified School District can continue to teach in Spanish, despite a voter-approved initiative to sharply curb bilingual programs in California schools, a federal judge has ruled. U.S. District Judge Ronald M. Whyte's decision maintains bilingual programs for students at 16 elementary schools, including the acclaimed Spanish dual immersion program at River Glen School.
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NEWS
September 3, 1989
A strike loomed for the 29,000-student San Jose school district as contract talks between district officials and teachers' representatives broke down. Supt. James Baughman said the district had rejected the latest demand from teachers for a 10% raise this year and a retroactive raise of 6% for last year. The district is offering 6% this year with a 1% salary bonus. Teachers are expected to strike when school opens Tuesday, but district officials said they will try to keep classes operating.
NEWS
March 30, 1993
California Department of Education officials announced Monday that they will appeal a ruling by a Santa Clara County judge that allows a San Jose public high school to broadcast in class the controversial "Channel One" television news program and its commercials.
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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December 20, 1998 | From Associated Press
The San Jose Unified School District can continue to teach in Spanish, despite a voter-approved initiative to sharply curb bilingual programs in California schools, a federal judge has ruled. U.S. District Judge Ronald M. Whyte's decision maintains bilingual programs for students at 16 elementary schools, including the acclaimed Spanish dual immersion program at River Glen School.
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December 6, 1992 | Associated Press
A San Jose elementary school principal admitted selling methamphetamine for two years but said he was driven to drug dealing by gambling and heavy debts, according to court records. Ricardo Trevino, 46, told officers shortly after his arrest that "it was a stupid thing to do and he was deeply ashamed," police say in the court records.
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December 4, 1992 | From Associated Press
School officials expressed shock and anger Thursday over the arrest of an elementary school principal for allegedly selling drugs in the school parking lot. Ricardo Trevino, 46, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by two sheriff's deputies and a Campbell police officer after allegedly selling $80 worth of methamphetamine to a police informant in the parking lot of Mayfair Elementary School. Trevino was taken into custody at his office and released late Wednesday.
NEWS
December 6, 1992 | Associated Press
A San Jose elementary school principal admitted selling methamphetamine for two years but said he was driven to drug dealing by gambling and heavy debts, according to court records. Ricardo Trevino, 46, told officers shortly after his arrest that "it was a stupid thing to do and he was deeply ashamed," police say in the court records.
NEWS
December 4, 1992 | From Associated Press
School officials expressed shock and anger Thursday over the arrest of an elementary school principal for allegedly selling drugs in the school parking lot. Ricardo Trevino, 46, was arrested Wednesday afternoon by two sheriff's deputies and a Campbell police officer after allegedly selling $80 worth of methamphetamine to a police informant in the parking lot of Mayfair Elementary School. Trevino was taken into custody at his office and released late Wednesday.
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.
NEWS
September 3, 1989
A strike loomed for the 29,000-student San Jose school district as contract talks between district officials and teachers' representatives broke down. Supt. James Baughman said the district had rejected the latest demand from teachers for a 10% raise this year and a retroactive raise of 6% for last year. The district is offering 6% this year with a 1% salary bonus. Teachers are expected to strike when school opens Tuesday, but district officials said they will try to keep classes operating.
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