WUH

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WUHWuhan, China (Airport Code)
WUHWellness Udruga Hrvatske (Croatian: Croatian Wellness Association)
WUHWhittier Union High (Los Angeles County, CA)
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Whittier Union High School District in California opened two new stadiums recently, each costing about $19 million.
Whittier Union High School District, profiled as part of this research project in 2011, was not on the financial jeopardy list.
ERUSD's union negotiations were different from the approach taken by Whittier Union High School District in 2011.
As an independent study high school in the Whittier Union High School District (CA), Sierra Vista High School used as many open educational resources as possible, including NROC's digital library, to design its 3-year-old hybrid-model online credit recovery program.
She began teaching ceramics first at Whittier Union High School in California and later at Chouinard Art Institute (1952-1955).
The cases--Los Angeles County, the cities of Long Beach and Brea, and the Whittier Union High School District--were selected through a process that involved, among other things, asking for recommendations from statewide associations, including the California State Associations of Counties and the League of Cities, as well as through discussion with researchers and senior executives with twenty or more years of local government experience.
The leadership of the Whittier Union High School District exemplifies the practices of building and rebuilding trust in the community in both educational quality and the effective management of financial resources.
"Now that the SATs, ACTs and high-stakes state-mandated tests are including or expanding their essay components," says Whittier Union High School District (CA) Director of Staff Development and Accountability Nancy Bosserman, "we have to provide the students with accessible, helpful and interactive writing tools.
In a time of declining public funds, the long-serving managers and elected board of trustees of Whittier Union High School District (WUHSD) have managed to promote fiscal sustainability by changing the culture of the organization to emphasize inclusive partnerships with district staff, building and rebuilding public trust, and increasing fiscal literacy throughout the organization.
Students in the Executive Master in Leadership program at the University of Southern California compiled a study called, "An Exemplar of Leadership: Sandy Thorstenson, Superintendent of Whittier Union High School District." A book of promising practices in education, Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap: Whatever It Takes, authored by Richard DuFour and colleagues, featured a chapter on WUHSD.
The Whittier Union High School District embraces the community, and the community has embraced it back.