Temecula Students of the Month honored…

TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce held the November Student of the Month recognition breakfast Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Sizzler restaurant in Murrieta to honor six local seniors. Read full article at The Valley News

STATE: Understanding how California serves its homeless…

As California’s housing shortage intensifies, the number of homeless children is expected to climb. Since 2014, the number of homeless youth in California has jumped 20 percent, to more than 202,329, and accounts for nearly 4 percent of the overall… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: California has millions of good-paying jobs…

Workers who want to earn at least $35,000 a year increasingly need to have some training beyond high school but not necessarily a bachelor’s degree. That’s the conclusion of a Georgetown University study on the nation’s workforce that goes beyond… Read full article at EdSource

NATIONAL: Boys Read Better When There Are…

Having more girl classmates may help boys and girls alike boost their reading skills, according to a new study in the Journal of School Effectiveness and School Improvement. Using data from the 2009 Program for International Student Assessment, a benchmarking… Read full article at Education Week

NATIONAL: They’ve got the power: Students run…

On a blustery autumn afternoon, the blades of a slim, 29-foot-tall wind turbine turned briskly outside Lanier Middle School. The turbine, which also has a solar panel, lights a small street lamp. But there’s something much more powerful going on… Read full article at The Washington Post

NATIONAL: Home auction program offers half off…

DETROIT (AP) - - The Detroit Land Bank Authority is offering half off to current full-time educators and school support staff for homes up for auction in the city. The Land Bank says the educator discount program also is open… Read full article at ABC News

‘Read With Me’ celebrates legal milestone

It was a beautiful morning for a special event called "Transportation to Literacy" held recently at Mecca Elementary school. The attendees were politicians, volunteers, teachers, principals, students and representatives from the non-profit Read With Me Volunteers. And they were there… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Veterans Day parade a place where…

Parade season is off to a festive start in Palm Springs. And it doesn't take an old hand to see it. Just a week after Palm Springs Pride, the Veterans Day parade downtown drew a mix of first-time visitors and… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Janet Napolitan speaks from podium with Valley View Eagles sign

Janet Napolitano encourages Moreno Valley students…

University of California President Janet Napolitano visited Valley View High School in Moreno Valley on Thursday, Nov. 9, to assure students that a UC education is attainable. She touted the University of California’s Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan that waives… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise