Carol M. White: A Lasting Legacy of Physical Education

January 7th, 2014

On October 21, the physical education advocacy community lost a great hero and mentor. Carol M. White was many things in her life—a teacher, a congressional aide, a wife, a mother. Though White passed at the far-too-young age of 66, her legacy will live on from the important work she did advocating for quality, standards-based […]

Cheerleaders are Athletes Argument – AB 351 Information

September 1st, 2010

Oh we Californians. We’re proud to talk about our beautiful beaches, mountains, deserts and diversity, but when the topic turns to politics, we deflate like a leaky balloon. That’s because when you google “budget crisis,” you see a big picture of the Golden State with a black hole where Sacramento used to be. California was […]

Rage Against the Political Machine

June 9th, 2009

SPARK was born and bred in California, and while we’re proud of our beautiful beaches, mountains, deserts and diversity, when the topic turns to politics, we deflate like a leaky balloon. That’s because when you google, “budget crisis,” you see a big picture of the Golden State with a black hole where Sacramento used to […]