Back to School Shopping for the Family on a Tight Budget

School is back in full swing once again. K-12 schools across the nation have begun their 2016-17 academic calendar this week and next week...

Enrollment in Progress for IKEN Online Korean Courses

International Korean Educators Network (IKEN) is now welcoming students online. IKEN has completed its development of four different levels of online Korean classes and now...

University of California to Cap Nonresident Student Population

On May 18, the University of California Board of Regents (Regents) announced that it will be limiting the number of nonresident undergraduate students enrolled at...

University of California Proposes Tuition Increase

  University of California looks to increase the tuition by 2.5% for the first time in six years. UC Board of Regents unveiled the proposal to...

US High School Textbook to Talk More about Korean History

One of the major world history textbooks is to contain more pages that deal with Korean history, especially regarding its cultural heritage and political/economic...

SAT, the “Student Affluence Test”

   Recently, there has been heated debates in regards to the topic of economic standings. In talking about this matter, there are many terms...

Councilmember David Ryu and LAUSD Board President Steve Zimmer advocate for Children’s College Savings...

Councilmember David Ryu, Council District Four, along with Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board President Steve Zimmer, introduced concurrent legislation instructing City departments...

Test Your Korean Language Ability

    Korean Education Center in San Francisco (KECSF), a supportive organization of TOPIK, is now accepting applications for the test on April 15, 2017. TOPIK will...

UCLA Offering Summer 2016 Korean Language Program for High School Students

For those high school students who are exposed to Korean at home, but desire to learn more about the language, UCLA is offering Summer...

South Korea to Ban Selling Coffee at Elementary, Middle, and High Schools

Most likely starting from July, all elementary/middle/high schools will not be able to sell coffee. On January 25th, according to the Ministry of Food and...
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