Teachers in Rancho Mirage and Menifee will join previously announced honorees from Lake Elsinore and Eastvale to represent Riverside County at 2017 California State Teacher of the Year competition RIVERSIDE – Four unsuspecting teachers… Read More »
Teachers in Eastvale and Lake Elsinore are first of four teachers who will represent Riverside County at 2017 California State Teacher of the Year competition RIVERSIDE – Two unsuspecting teachers were surprised today… Read More »
Simoriah Bridgman has lived in and out of foster homes since she was two years old. At one point, she was a runaway, pregnant at 14, and a high school dropout. As… Read More »
Two years ago, Embra Jordan was a high school dropout whose brush with the law had forced him down a life path he never imagined for himself. Two days after he received… Read More »
From 2010-2015, including the most recent 2014-2015 academic year, all student subgroups demonstrated improvement—including English language learner, African-American, Latino, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and special education students.
RIVERSIDE – According to data released today by the California Department of Education (CDE), Riverside County schools are graduating more students, preventing more dropouts, and preparing all students for college at a higher rate than any time in recorded history.