San Jose California Real Estate

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San Jose, California, is located in Santa Clara County and is in the heart of Silicon Valley. With a population of 894,943, San Jose is a vibrant, thriving metropolitan community. Culture, arts, and technology dominate here as evidenced by the innovative Tech Museum, the San Jose Museum of Art, and the Children’s Museum. Additionally, a […]


Costa Rica Casinos

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Costa Rica, a small country in Central America, has gained a great deal of popularity, not also as a tourist destination, but also as a retirement paradise. The only type of gambling that is legal in Costa Rica is in casinos, of which there are over 30 in the country, the majority in San Jose, […]


San Jose Schools Changes School Nutrition And Limits Junk Food

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Changes for the 2006-2007 School Year at San Jose Schools Following in the footsteps of both federal and state trends to limit junk food and provide better nutrition to students, San Jose Schools will implement new some changes starting in September 2006. These changes may appear sudden but actually is part of a long term […]


San Jose Schools Alternative Education Program Saves Troubled Students

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A Different Kind of Education San Jose Schools face the same problem that all school districts around the country face, losing at risk students. The San Jose School District has found a solution to this problem while still including these students as a part of the traditional school population. San Jose Schools alternative school program […]


Arts Education Suffering In San Jose Schools

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Art programs, such as art appreciation, drama, theater and music, have been suffering across the nation for 30 years, as school officials concentrate on the basics of learning. With federal programs, such as No Child Left Behind, even more focus has been placed on basic learning skills, which excludes the arts. This also means that […]


San Jose Schools Celebrate Beethoven With Essay Contest

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San Jose Schools Join San Jose State University’s Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies in Birthday Celebration San Jose State University’s Ira F. Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies and the San Jose Jewish Film Festival have teamed up with the San Jose Schools in an event to celebrate the San Jose State University’s Ira […]


Desegregation In San Jose Schools

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You know that racial gap that’s getting so much attention? Well, I’m thrilled that it’s on the minds of politicians, because it’s a problem. Unfortunately, it’s a problem with some pretty deep roots. In 1971, San Jose Public Schools had a dilemma. It seemed to parents that the schools were knowingly and purposely segregating students. […]


The San Jose Schools Struggle With Charters

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The San Jose Schools have struggled for years to find ways to address educational issues in the city. While there is a lot of room for criticism in any urban school district, you can’t say that the San Jose Unified School District hasn’t tried a lot of different angles for success. The diversity in the […]


Costa Rica San Jose And Tamarindo

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Over the last ten years, the reputation of Costa Rica as a travel destination has grown leaps and bounds. Good places to visit include San Jose and Tamarindo. Costa Rica Located in Central America, Costa Rica is a country with a lot to offer. The country is unique because the costal areas present some of […]


Send Your Stress Away In San Jose Yes Really Travel Information

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Situated in the very south of the San Francisco Bay, San Jose is a beacon of technology, innovation and modern culture. With a population larger than that of neighboring San Francisco and one of the highest per family average incomes in the country, San Jose is the epicenter of Silicon Valley’s booming tech and dot-com […]


Winchester Mystery House

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The Winchester Mystery House was once the personal residence of Sarah Winchester, the widow of gun magnate William Winchester. She commissioned the house to be built in 1884, and construction continued under her guidance for the next 38 years, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year until her death […]


The San Jose Unified School District Wins Honors For Its Board Of Education Driven Public Engagement Model

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The San Jose Unified School District has enacted a unique plan to build relationships with the local community in order to overcome an old negative image. The Past Negative Image of the San Jose Schools A series of teacher strikes, bankruptcy, and changes in leadership gave the San Jose Unified School District a bad reputation […]


United Nations Day Teaching Tips

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The United Nations, an international organization dedicated to keeping peace among the world’s nations, was created on October 24, 1945. This month, then, would be an excellent time to focus on how to settle disagreements and learn something about the U.N. Here are a few suggestions: 1. Read this excerpt of the U.N. Charter and […]


Confide For Less Anger In Your Marriage

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Jose and Juanita have been married for 17 years, and basically love each other, yet have been fighting over the same issue almost every night of those years: She likes it cold at night and he likes it warm in their house and bedroom. She had just opened their bedroom windows for the night. When […]