Beaumont police recommend charges against high…

The Beaumont Police Department has recommended that Beaumont High football coach Will Martin be charged with felony child abuse for punching a student in the stomach, in an incident captured on videotape. The Riverside County District Attorney’s Office has the… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Know when to stop for those…

Q: Temecula resident Jane Lauhon observed that there is a lot of confusion about when a driver must stop for school buses that have their red lights flashing. She asked for clarity on the law surrounding this issue. A: This… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Even in defeat, Corona Centennial coach…

One by one, 40 senior football players from Corona Centennial walked through a line of teammates more than 60 strong, receiving handshakes, thank yous and goodbyes late Friday night at Cerritos College. Matt Logan, the head coach, was at the… Read full article at Los Angeles Times

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Murrieta Chamber of Commerce announces students…

MURRIETA – The Murrieta Chamber of Commerce recognized six high school seniors as Student of the Month, Oct. 19, including Fernando Cortes of Calvary Christian High School, Jacquelyn Olson of Murrieta Valley High School, Lauren Callella of Vista Murrieta High… Read full article at The Valley News

STATE: What’s Old Is New Again: Why…

Educators and education reformers are always looking for new and innovative school designs. But one old-school model once reserved primarily for private and religious schools seems to be gaining traction among traditional public schools and public charter schools: single-sex education.… Read full article at The Seventy Four

STATE: Fizz! Pop! Bang! Teachers find new…

With their emphasis on hands-on experiments, California’s new science standards have turned classrooms into noisy, messy laboratories. That’s been popular with students and teachers who say it’s a more effective way to learn science than studying textbooks and memorizing facts,… Read full article at EdSource

NATIONAL: Saving Lives Via Text Message

Elisheva Adler was 20 years old, sitting in pajamas in her childhood bedroom in Long Island, the first time she saved someone's life via text message. Adler had just started volunteering as a counselor for Crisis Text Line. The 4-year-old… Read full article at NPR

Born with spina bifida, Coachella Valley…

Clara Garcia may not fill up the stat sheet this season with a bunch of baskets and rebounds, but the Coachella Valley High School senior basketball player brings to the Arabs a cache of unlikely intangibles that already declare her… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Mecca wildfire prompts environmental health alert…

Concerned that airborne debris from a Thanksgiving Day wildfire might endanger the health of students and staff at two Mecca schools and residents in the surrounding area, Riverside County officials issued an environmental health alert Saturday. The alert advises nearby… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Two Barstow Unified teachers lost credentials…

Two Barstow Unified School District teachers had their credentials revoked in the past five years, each after evidence of inappropriate relationships with students was discovered. Five years ago, this news organization asked local public school districts for five years of… Read full article at San Bernardino County Sun