Monthly Archives: April 2021

College Park High School, Pleasant Hill, CA – April 21, 2021 via video

by George J Elbaum College Park High School has a current enrollment of 2036 students of which 56% are minority and 26% are economically disadvantaged.  Despite these demographics, it is far above California state average of college and career readiness, such … Continue reading

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Otay Ranch High School, Chula Vista, CA – April 19, 2021 via video

by George J Elbaum Otay Ranch High School is a 4-year high school with somewhat unusual demographics: its 2372 student body is comprised of 59% Hispanic, 18% Filipino, 8% two or more races, 6% White, 5% Black, and 4% Asian.  … Continue reading

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The Achieve Program, San Francisco, CA – April 18, 2021

by George J Elbaum The Achieve Program is a year-round, four-year high school scholarship and academic enrichment program for underserved students from low-income families.  By providing tuition grants plus quality educational and extensive individual support, Achieve increases the options and opportunities for its … Continue reading

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Otay Ranch High School, Chula Vista, CA – April 14, 2021 via video

by George J Elbaum Otay Ranch High School is a 4-year high school with somewhat unusual demographics: its 2372 student body is comprised of 59% Hispanic, 18% Filipino, 8% two or more races, 6% White, 5% Black, and 4% Asian.  … Continue reading

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Jewish Family and Children’s Services, San Francisco, CA – April 8, 2021 Yom HaShoah via video

by George J Elbaum My very first talk was on Yom HaShoah 11 years ago, April 10, 2010, organized by MIT Hillel at the Boston Holocaust Memorial. It was a painful experience, but immediately afterwards I was encouraged by the … Continue reading

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