98 results for "Bruce Maiman"
You can debate endlessly the value of the SAT, but I wonder whether last week’s announced revisions to high school’s ponderous ritual is really about nothing more than money.
Judges got it right by backing school officials who ordered students to wear flag T-shirts inside out on Cinco de Mayo.
Tim Draper’s list of six separate California states suspiciously evokes the pernicious societal trend of a selfish unwillingness to get along with others.
Former Govs. George Deukmejian, Pete Wilson and Gray Davis, along with some politically ambitious prosecutors, are backing a proposed ballot measure they claim would end lengthy death penalty appeals and speed up executions.
If one certainty arises from the 10 years since then-San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom defied state law and abruptly began marrying same-sex couples, it is that gay marriage opponents were wrong.
The U.S. sugar program is a collection of import restrictions, price floors and taxpayer-backed loans designed to prop up some 4,500 domestic sugar growers.
There’s a potential upside to the Bay Bridge fiasco if we view it as both an object lesson and an opportunity, though many will find neither comfortable.
The Altamont Corridor Express trains have attracted thousands of Silicon Valley techies who have generated property taxes, local businesses, sales taxes, local jobs and income taxes. Does anyone consider those factors when saying high-speed rail...
Maybe we just aren’t civilized enough, mature enough, evolved enough, to appreciate what the Framers gave us.
What’s needed is a one-stop shopping bridge linking schools and employers. Thus, schools won’t have to contact employers to find the ones offering apprentice programs, and companies won’t have to go to 1,000 schools to find out...