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Although still in its infancy, the USC Schwarzenegger Institute has already generated extensive media coverage in connection with its mission and activities.

It’s 3 O’Clock. You’re at Work. Where Are Your Kids?

What do your children do after school? Many of our nation’s children (including two of mine) head straight from class to school-sponsored after-school programs, where they join organized activities, get help with their homework, and extend the social parts of their day. New York Times

Group Calls for Increased Investment in After-School Programming

It’s 3 p.m. Do you know where your children are? An Afterschool Alliance survey sought to find out the answer to this question across the country, and the results led the organization to call for more funding for quality activities for school-age children after the last bell of the day rings. Washington Post

The U.S. May Not Be Leading on Climate, but California Is

Jerry Brown and Arnold Schwarzenegger, the current and former governors of the world’s eighth-largest economy, appeared together in Sacramento to assert that the path to a global accord on climate change runs through their home state—and not Washington, D.C.

Schwarzenegger Returns to Sacramento Talking Climate, Legacy

More than 3½ years after his final “Hasta la vista, baby!” to state government, Arnold Schwarzenegger returned to Sacramento Monday for a victory lap of sorts — bragging about his efforts to combat climate change and, later, unveiling his official portrait under the Capitol dome. KQED News

Schwarzenegger portrait is unveiled in Capitol

Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, returning to Sacramento for the first time since leaving office, unveiled his official gubernatorial portrait at the Capitol on Monday, a lifelike image of the movie-star politician standing in front of the state seal. The Sacramento Bee

Brown touts climate program progress

Argus - California's climate policies should serve as a model for international action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, governor Jerry Brown (D) said.