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Gullixson: Hopeful stories of 'a few committed people'If you're looking for a hopeful story this holiday, here's a suggestion.
LeBaron: SRJC oaks just the latest to be mournedOur oaks have been disappearing ever since settlers first laid eyes on them.
Letter of the Day: High-stakes testing
Michelle Rhee scoffs at the notion that tests take up too much time in schools.
Close to Home: Critical Earth Day lessons for schools
All of our public schools must model appropriate environmental leadership.
Golis: Finding ourselves in books
A decade ago, I asked readers to recommend books to revive my interest in serious novels.
PD Editorial: A hedge against the next recession
California governors have been pushing rainy-day reserve funds for at least 30 years.
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