Jade Moreno, Mitchell Calderilla, Ariana Bazile, Mark Valdez and Alondra Mendez-Acosta

Students at Moreno Valley’s Valley View…

A team from Valley View High School placed second at National History Day. In its performance, the team from the Moreno Valley Unified School District — students Jade Moreno, Alondra Mendez-Acosta, Mark Valdez, Mitchell Calderilla and Ariana Bazile — chronicled… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

STATE: From California to Rhode Island, what…

When school districts adopt personalized learning, the bulk of the work falls to teachers, who, while excited about the opportunity to innovate, are often not supported by their school systems to implement and share their ideas. That’s according to new… Read full article at LA School Report

STATE: At a juvenile detention camp, a…

DeMarlo slipped out of his standard-issue gray sweats and sneakers and left them on the bathroom floor. He stepped out into the library of his juvenile detention center in the gray suit and dress shoes he had chosen to wear… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

NATIONAL: Principals in Washington can’t hire enough…

When Jeffrey Engle’s wife recently changed careers to work as a special-education teacher in Puyallup, he wondered why her new salary didn’t reflect the 10 years of experience she had as a certified behavior analyst. She had spent that decade… Read full article at The Seattle Times

NATIONAL: ‘An Expensive Experiment’: Gates Teacher-Effectiveness Program…

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s multi-million-dollar, multi-year effort aimed at making teachers more effective largely fell short of its goal to increase student achievement—including among low-income and minority students, a new study found. This conclusion to an expensive chapter… Read full article at Education Week

Artificial turf fields are failing across…

In 2010, the Chaffey Joint Union High School District joined a wave of cities and school districts around the country when it spent $1.8 million to install synthetic turf fields at four of its high schools. The benefits over natural… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

San Jacinto Leadership Academy students placing flags on veterans graves

SJUSD’s Leadership Academy earns fourth ERP…

SAN JACINTO– San Jacinto Unified School District's San Jacinto Leadership Academy has been named to the 2017-2018 Educational Results Partnership Honor Roll by the National Campaign of Business and Education Leaders. It is the fourth consecutive year the Leadership Academy… Read full article at The Valley News

students honored at the annual Senior Recognition Ceremony

Temecula chapter of National Charity League…

The National Charity League celebrated the graduating class of 2018 at Fazeli Cellars in Temecula, May 21, as 12 young women were honored during the annual Senior Recognition Ceremony and Dinner Dance. National Charity League is a national nonprofit service… Read full article at The Valley News

Sergio Camacho with teacher Stacey Bailey

West Valley High School student receives…

HEMET – A West Valley High School senior has found his passion in life. Despite negative gender stereotypes and financial struggles, Sergio Camacho will follow his passion for dance to the University of California Irvine, where he has received a… Read full article at The Valley News

Rotary donation

Murrieta Rotary Club awards $8,000 in…

MURRIETA – Rotary Club of Murrieta has granted 11 teachers in the Murrieta Valley Unified School District more than $5,000 in grants for special equipment and materials for use in their classrooms. In addition, the club has awarded $3,000 for… Read full article at The Valley News