In the news: Hands-on learning, new instructional materials and more Staff reports November 6, 2015 It’s Friday, Nov. 6, and here are you a handful of education headlines for your reading pleasure. Students at Hope View Elementary School in Huntington Beach experienced real-word learning courtesy of a visit by the Mobile Dairy Classroom and Coco — a Swiss dairy cow. Laguna Beach High School’s Advanced Chemical Research program is providing a venue for students to put classroom learning to the test inside a laboratory. The State Board of Education has selected K-8 instructional materials aligned to the new framework for English learners. Students at Santa Ana’s Middle College High School, which recently earned a Blue Ribbon, can simultaneously earn a diploma and a college degree — an education model proving its worth throughout the country. In honor of Red Ribbon Week, students at El Dorado High School in Placentia staged an original anti-drug show for their elementary counterparts. The Capistrano Unified School District hosted a college fair with recruiters representing campuses across the country.