“Comfort Women” to be Taught in 10th Grade World History Classes Across California

California Department of Education made the final decision to include "Comfort Women" history in the California High School textbooks. When "History/Social Science framework" was announced...

University of California System Approves Tuition Increase

UC schools' tuitions will increase starting from this fall. It is the first time in six years since the UC system froze the tuition...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Ride on the Education Wave through LACC Korean Studies Program

The Korean Wave, as the popular distribution and consumption of Korean pop culture is referred to, is especially prevalent in Los Angeles. The City...

Watch: Stories of Three Korean College Students Studying Abroad

Currently, there are more than 200,000 Korean college students studying abroad. Oftentimes, experiencing life in an unfamiliar country can expand a student's mindset and...

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...

Korean Slang Expression Series, “갑질”

Korean Slang Expressions 갑질 When two parties sign a contract, one is usually the client, and the other is the contractor. In Korean, these two parties...

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