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Program Improvement Mandates Potential Restructuring

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Program Improvement Mandates Potential Restructuring

CAROLINE REN ANGELA YANG Editors in Chief Under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), all states must conduct annual tests and measure results based on subgroups. Should a school funded by Title I fail to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for two years in a row, it will be put under Program Improvement (PI)
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Features

Heading Toward New Beginnings Heading Toward New Beginnings

Information Compiled by DEREK WU, ELTON HO and REBECCA ZENG Online Applications for UCs open Aug. 1. To take the ACT, register on Aug. 8. Deadline to apply for additional grants for community college is extended to Sept. 2. Last day to register for the SAT for the October test is Sept. 12. One of
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High School Landmarks

JENNY LEE Features Editor Think of a moment on campus that means something to you, ups or downs that may have made you cry tears of joy or tears of sorrow. Here are a few “landmarks” that may jolt your memory: 1. Your first lunch: As a freshman, it is a fresh start. You come
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The Choice of a Lifetime

BARRY CHEUNG Staff Writer “I want to be a doctor! Actually, I want this major now and this job!” College graduates are commonly indecisive about their job choices and desire several different ones. Getting a degree is hard enough, but how hard is it to get a job afterwards? According to a 2013 AfterCollege Job-Seeker
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Test Your Collegial Knowledge

JADE LIEU Staff Writer True or False: 35% of recent college graduates are the first in their family to earn a bachelor’s degree. (False) (20%) Which is the most popular college major? A. Psychology B. Business C. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics D. Nursing (B.) Did you know? A bachelor’s degree adds about $15,000 in
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ASB 2014: ‘Reaching Out to Moor’ ASB 2014: ‘Reaching Out to Moor’

SUSANNA AIGA Opinions Editor There are two types of students on campus — one group focuses on individual excellence and the other also focuses on excellence of the community. The second type of student consists of members of the Associated Student Body (ASB). On a typical weekday, members of ASB can be seen working around
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MOOR VS. MOOR: Are Advanced Placement (AP) Classes Beneficial to Students’ Education? MOOR VS. MOOR: Are Advanced Placement (AP) Classes Beneficial to Students’ Education?

SHELLEY LIN Staff Writer Many high school students are indecisive on whether to take AP courses. Although AP courses are stressful and difficult, they are beneficial during the process of college applications. Challenging oneself with these kind of classes teach responsibility and provide the experience of a college-level class. During the process of applying to
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Varsity Girls’ Volleyball Consistently Building Chemistry with New Additions Varsity Girls’ Volleyball Consistently Building Chemistry with New Additions

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer With a start of a new school year comes a few volleyballs flying around the gym. The girls’ volleyball team has prepared throughout the end of last year and into the summer to develop a strong foundation for the upcoming season. “This year, like any other captain, I hope we do
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Spotlight: Briana Thai Spotlight: Briana Thai

WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer For most athletes, winning a league title is everything. Others just want to qualify for California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) playoff. The last time a Moor won a CIF title in diving was fifteen years ago. But for one girl, qualifying for CIF was just the start to her season. In 2014,
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