RIVERSIDE – They marched through war-torn Europe, frozen winters in Korea, and steamy jungles in Vietnam. Now Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard veterans are getting a chance to do something… Read More »
For many young kids, a shiny new bicycle means their first taste of freedom as they pedal around their neighborhoods, meet friends, or make their own way to school each day. Almost… Read More »
Low-income families needing subsidized child care will benefit from a new $56 million, five-year grant awarded to the Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) by First 5 Riverside (F5R). The grant will… Read More »
After dropping out of high school and succumbing to the allure of drugs, four incarcerations and multiple prison sentences, Armando Enriquez found himself in a classroom inside the Larry D. Smith Correctional… Read More »
Online survey and community meeting aimed at soliciting input to identify essential qualifications for new superintendent
RIVERSIDE – At the request of the Palo Verde Unified School District Board of Education, the Riverside County Office of Education will host a community meeting, administer a community survey, and lead the recruitment efforts to identify the essential qualifications of the new superintendent of the Palo Verde Unified School District.
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.