Topic: Armenian Schools

GLENDALE/PASADENA — Talar A. is in second grade. She was one of the 26,000 students in the Glendale Unified School District (GUSD) who never went back to school last March after the spring break. COVID-19 forced the students all around[...]

NEW YORK — The COVID-19 pandemic upended lives around the world, affecting public health, the economy and the education system. As the school year opens this fall across the United States, institutions are working hand-in-hand with[...]

WATERTOWN – The one-time flourishing Lebanese-Armenian community today faces a serious crisis of survival. Our communities are duty-bound to help the Lebanese-Armenians, based on the principle of mutual assistance of Armenian diasporan[...]

By Raffi Bedrosyan Only a few months after the long-delayed election and appointment of Archbishop Sahag Mashalian as the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople (Istanbul) in December 2019, the Istanbul Armenian community is again in crisis.[...]

ISTANBUL (NorMarmara, Jamanak, Agos, Armenian Patriarchate of Istanbul) – The coronavirus epidemic has shaken the Istanbul-Armenian community and especially its educational institutions, which have limited revenues and whose budget[...]

PASADENA — In a letter posted online last week, the AGBU Vatche and Tamar Manoukian High School board announced that the school will close as of next year. “After extensive consideration of a number of factors and, most importantly,[...]

By Alejandra Reyes-Velarde and Alene Tchekmedyian LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Times) — The masked figure in black walked the perimeters of the two private Armenian schools, clutching Turkish flags. In the early-morning hours of Tuesday,[...]

LOS ANGELES — Educators attending a professional development conference at Ferrahian High School. Two University of Southern California (USC) Shoah Foundation staff members recently shared the Institute’s work related to the Armenian[...]