In the news: Elementary and Secondary Education Act rewrite, librarian honored and more Staff reports December 4, 2015 Health teachers in all ten high schools in the Anaheim Union High School District are now certified to train students in hands-only CPR – the goal is to have every student in the district trained in the next four years. The Garden Grove Unified School District’s modernization project is on time and within budget despite logistical challenges. A study released this week by the American Institutes for Research finds that students in transitional kindergarten begin kindergarten better prepared in language, literacy and math. The bill replacing the No Child Left Behind Act that expired in 2007 has passed the House and is set to go to the Senate this month. An OCDE librarian with the unique ability to connect with students who are incarcerated is one of only 10 librarians in the U.S. to receive the prestigious I Love My Librarian Award. Two Orange County school districts are members of CORE – a group of districts set to release preliminary reports on a new school grading formula called the School Quality Index.