Ex-volunteer coach at Corona, Eastvale schools…

A 41-year-old volunteer high school basketball coach and co-owner of a Corona gym has been arrested on suspicion of felony sexual misconduct with three teenage girls, according to Corona police, who believe there may be more victims who have not… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Neighbors raise concern over COD temporary…

PALM SPRINGS, Calif. - Hundreds of students are expected to attend College of the Desert's new temporary campus in Palm Springs and that is now raising safety concerns from a neighborhood group. The campus, opening up in January, is located… Read full article at KESQ News

STATE: Coding lessons take spotlight this week…

Computer education is getting a big boost this week as thousands of schools, from Turlock to Tasmania, host coding lessons, assemblies and hack-a-thons as part of the annual Computer Science Education Week. In California, schools in nearly every county are… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Where they stand: leading Democratic candidates…

California voters interested in the future of education in California will make a pivotal decision when they go to the polls twice next year to elect a successor to Gov. Jerry Brown, whose record four terms are drawing to a… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: How education could shape the governor’s…

One lens into California’s size is its public education system. Six million children under the age of 18 attend public schools — including 600,000 in charter schools — while nearly 3 million students are enrolled in the state’s storied higher… Read full article at LA School Report

NATIONAL: U.S. Agencies Grapple With Student-Data-Privacy Guidance…

Two federal agencies are grappling with how to guide schools on protecting students’ personal information while using educational technology. That increasingly delicate balancing act was front and center during a discussion Friday convened by the U.S. Department of Education and… Read full article at Education Week

NATIONAL: Diversity in Charter Schools: Another Look…

Charter schools represent some of the most racially segregated schools in the U.S., according to an analysis by the Associated Press released over the weekend, reviving a debate that has been happening both inside and outside the charter sector for… Read full article at Education Week

NATIONAL: Can We Better Define and Identify…

It's well known that there are disturbing, pervasive disparities for needy students in their science and math experiences: They attend schools with less lab equipment, have access to fewer rigorous classes, and receive less hands-on teaching. But there hasn't been… Read full article at Education Week

NATIONAL: Public school district rolls out antibullying…

Norwalk Public Schools is adding one more tool to its antibullying arsenal. The district rolled out a mobile app called Anonymous Alerts this month, offering high school and middle school students, parents and school personnel the opportunity to anonymously report… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

NATIONAL: Authors help build interest beyond the…

As we are in the middle of Computer Science Education Week, what better time to look at recent kids’ books about coding? As you may already know, coding is instructing a computer to take an action in a way it… Read full article at The Washington Post