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New Data on School Graduation Rates in Imperial Valley

Imperial County –  The California Department of Education has released new data on school graduation rates, known as the 2016-2017 Four-Year Adjusted Cohort Graduation Rates (ACGR). The CDE has made several changes to the rules of calculating this rate based on new federal guidance and audit recommendations.  The methods for computing …

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GOOD SEASON IN PUERTO RICO FOR JOSEPH SOTO

The Mexicali Soles baseball player Joseph Soto is in Puerto Rico with the Cowboys of Bayamón within the National Superior Basketball League of the island showing good numbers so far in the 2018 season. Mexicali, Baja California.- Oxnard California currently has 26 matches while it has seen action in the …

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The Planning Process Group

If you have been following this series of articles, you know now what Project Management is and the initial processes required to start a new project. You also know that the Project Management Institute mentions five process groups from initiating a project all the way to its closing covering ten …

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THE VOTE REWARDS OR PUNISHES

By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave For several decades in our “Comments on Time”, we had argued that when the elector Mexican people were aware that their vote was not only used to select one or several candidates but to reward or punish politicians aspiring to elected positions, political parties and governments, …

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Children’s disappearances in a deficient system

By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, attorney, and former professor. Children’s and adolescents that disappeared in Mexico stand a difficult chance to be found if impunity and corruption continue to exist in the Mexican system. Since the disappearance of the forty-three young students from the Normal Rural of Ayotzinapa “Raúl Isidro …

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YOGA BEHIND STEERING WHEEL

Undoubtedly we have experienced, more than once, the long car waiting lines to get across the border. How much time do we spend on this? Time we usually use chatting and joking on cell phone or at best listening to soft relaxing music.   “ The basics of Yoga is …

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Esperanza Colio-Warren Named Deputy CEO of Imperial County

-Editorial After years of working for the county and being considered by many as the driving force in economic development in Imperial Valley, Esperanza Colio-Warren has been promoted to be part of the county administration team and will work along with County Executive Officer Tony Rohoutas to move the county …

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Trump Administration Recklessly Ended TPS Humanitarian Program Despite Warnings

-White House Ignored State Department Experts who Warned that Terminating TPS Jeopardizes U.S. Security Interests Washington, DC—The Trump administration moved to end a humanitarian program that protected more than 300,000 Salvadorans, Hondurans, Haitians, and Nicaraguans, despite warnings from State Department experts that doing so could significantly impact regional security and …

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THE SALE FOR SOLES DE MEXICALI TICKETS BEGINS

Reserve with 20% of the total payment for the 2018-2019 LNBP season Mexicali, Baja California.- Sale of Club Soles Mexicali tickets for the 2018-2019 season of the National Professional Basketball League (LNBP) begins, the season starts on October 11 at the PSF Auditorium, when Soles receives the Panthers of Aguascalientes. …

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