Author: Carolyn Inmon
Community colleges play a critical role in providing affordable and accessible education to students right in their own backyards. Nearly half of all college students are enrolled at a community college, in part because they provide educational opportunities some students would otherwise not be able to access.
Our own community college — Irvine Valley College — successfully combines a small-college environment with more than 60 acres of modern facilities and equipment; dedicated staff; and an excellent faculty.Read More
When this period of distance learning ends, there will be hundreds of studies released on how it impacted our children. However, it’s important for us to recognize right now the effects of isolation and loneliness.
Social media can help! I’ve recently learned how a few local moms are using creative ways through social media channels to keep their kids connected to friends and classmates.Read More
Irvine Community News & Views is launching a new series of articles, discussing the current situation at IUSD and TUSD schools, now that students have shifted to an e-learning environment.
Students, teachers, and parents are having to adjust to the “new normal” of online classrooms.Read More