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    Collaborative Health and Human Services Senior Capstone Project : domestic violence and child maltreatment : an evaluation of policy and best practices, improving Dependency Court outcomes in south Santa Clara County

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    A descriptive and comparative analysis of programs/policies/best practices used by domestic violence advocates, child welfare departments, and Dependency Courts. Study evaluates local position and makes recommendations to improve outcomes for battered mothers and their children in South Santa Clara County who are engaged in legal proceedings

    Physical education in the curriculum : students\u27 attitudes and perceptions of physical education

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    This case study examines the importance of physical education in the school curriculum. Physical education programs are being eliminated from the core curriculum in school all across the United States. PE classes are now being reduced for academic classes and our students are often not receiving enough physical activity outside of school. As a result of eliminating school PE programs and physical inactivity, our students are missing the qualities brought forth by a quality program. Many children have become overweight and are at risk for obesity. The study reports students\u27 attitudes and perceptions of physical education in one high school in California. The main findings from the data were that students were active only when they were enrolled in physical education classes and were rarely physically active outside class. The conclusion recommends an implementation of a four-year physical education program for all high school students

    T22S, R10E - Patent for Monterey Land Issued by U.S. Land Office or State of California

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    An undated Monterey County Assessor\u27s Office document with an image of the township and sections contained therein listing the names of individuals or companies to whom the land patents were issued either by the U.S. Land Office or the State of California.https://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/hornbeck_cgb_16_a/1029/thumbnail.jp

    Pages 078 & 079 (C), 1859 Monterey County Assessment Roll

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    Pages 78 & 79 of the 1859 Monterey County Assessment Roll reflecting personal property and real estate taxeshttps://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/hornbeck_mct/1034/thumbnail.jp

    Fort Ord Yearbook: Company C, 2nd Battalion, 1st Brigade, 18 April 1966 - 11 June 1966

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    Fort Ord California U.S. Army Training Center Infantry Company C, 2nd Battalion, 1st Brigade, 18 April 1966 - 11 June 1966https://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/fortord_yearbooks/1053/thumbnail.jp

    Terence Blanchard Interview by Dan Ouellette, 2021

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    Lean on Me; Social Emotional Learning Creates Successful Students

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    The Focus of this Capstone Project is to really lean into the social emotional side of learning. Students were already silently suffering with mental health struggles prior to the Pandemic and they have only worsened since going back to in person classes. As educators it is our job to provide a safe space to nurture the development of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, decision making, and relationship skills. Social Emotional Learning has always been important but given these unprecedented times it is essential that we as educators and staff provide our students with the most well equipped social emotional learning skills possible. After interviewing administrators, teachers, and students three different action options were thoroughly discussed to better enhance social emotional learning. Much time and effort was put into deciding which action would be the most successful, with that being said fortifying Tier I instruction seemed to be the most necessary and best fit for all

    La Familia: An Inside Look at a Co-op School Community

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    The focus of this Capstone Project is to showcase the co-op school values of Hillmont Elementary as a way of highlighting the importance of parent involvement in schools. An argument is made that educators feel overwhelmed and lack support from parents when it comes to promoting the importance of their children’s education. It is argued that the participation of parents as part of the school community creates a positive example for their children in how their place of learning is viewed. An evidence-based argument is offered that students gain a sense of community and responsibility through seeing their parents take initiative in volunteering for their schools. The three primary stakeholder perspectives chosen were students, parents, and educators because this is what makes up most school communities. Considerations of the issue should include the viewpoints of educators who spend the most time at school. Three themes/action options emerged from an analysis of the data and were explored as ways to address the issue presented. Promoting co-op school values is argued to be the most effective way to achieve the goals of schools that are looking for innovative ways to convince parents to involve themselves in their children’s school community

    Executive Meeting of the Monterey Peninsula Japanese American Citizens League, July 8, 1937

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    Minutes of the Monterey Peninsula Japanese American Citizens League executive meeting. Topics dicussed include the county fair, the tea garden project, dues and membership cards, and meeting schedules.https://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/jacl_minutes/1030/thumbnail.jp

    Sixth Executive Meeting of the Monterey Peninsula Japanese American Citizens League, June 12, 1935

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    Minutes of the sixth executive meeting of the Monterey Peninsula Japanese American Citizens League. Includes discussion of the program for the next general meeting.https://digitalcommons.csumb.edu/jacl_minutes/1009/thumbnail.jp
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