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Once students start creating their own content, the technology encourages them to follow their curiosity to explore subjects that interest them, and to learn how to find the information and content they need, says Glen Warren, coordinator of literacies, outreach and libraries at Encinitas Union School District in California.
Earlier this year, Dean Broyles, an attorney affiliated with a small Religious Right legal group called the National Center for Law and Policy, filed a lawsuit in a California court on behalf of parents in the Encinitas Union School District. The parents opposed the voluntary yoga program, asserting that it promotes Hinduism.
The Sedlocks' child attends El Camino Creek Elementary School in Carlsbad, Calif., which is part of the Encinitas Union School District. They first sued the district in February 2013.
The student's of Encinitas Union School District attend two, 30-minute yoga classes each week in a program supported by a 533,000-dollar grant from the a nonprofit group that promotes Ashtanga yoga, the Christian Science Monitor reported.
Mike Guerena, technology director at Encinitas Union School District (CA), which has deployed 3,500 iPads, says his district is creating a homegrown tracking system.
The classes, at the Encinitas Union School District in Encinitas, Ca., are the result of a $533,000 grant from the Jois Foundation, a nonprofit organization that promotes Ashtanga yoga.
Sixty parents in all have retained First Amendment lawyer Dean Broyles to challenge ashtanga yoga classes in the K-6 elementary schools of the Encinitas Union School District in San Diego County.
King is a Special Education Teacher at Capri Elementary School in the Encinitas Union School District, Encinitas, California.
The Encinitas Union School District in Southern California calls its STEAM program "DREAMS," which stands for design, research, engineering, art, math and science.
Meyer said in Monday's ruling that yoga is a religious practice, but not the way that it is taught by the Encinitas Union School District at its nine campuses, the New York Post reported.