STATE: In his own words: Eloy Oakley…

Eoy Ortiz Oakley is chancellor of the California Community Colleges, and in that role is overseeing the upheaval at the nation’s largest system of higher education, with 115 colleges and over 2 million part-time and full-time students. Even as they… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Education and the coronavirus crisis: What’s…

EdSource is tracking the impact of the coronavirus on all aspects of education in California. See below for the latest developments compiled by EdSource staff. Click here for the latest in-depth EdSource reports. Sunday, March 29, 11 p.m. Most of… Read full article at EdSource

Freedom Crest teachers greet students in…

Continuing a trend seen among schools across the country during the “stay at home” order due to COVID-19, teachers at Freedom Crest Elementary School waved to their students as they drove vehicles in a parade through neighboring streets on Friday.… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

STATE: Mixed results for California child care…

With all ballots now counted, local measures to provide more child care to children in some California communities saw mixed results, with one measure still in limbo. Voters in Sacramento rejected a measure to set aside a portion of the… Read full article at EdSource

Teachers must adapt how they use…

On March 13, as my student teacher was taking attendance and checking work email, I saw her freeze. She showed me the message and then I froze, too. First, we got our students’ attention, and then we gave them the… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Coronavirus crisis spurs high school seniors’…

Los Angeles high school senior Arely Valencia already has collected an impressive bunch of acceptance letters to universities in California and elsewhere and is awaiting decisions from a few more. But she is uncertain and worried about what will happen… Read full article at EdSource

PVH confirms first positive COVID-19 test…

On March 27, Palo Verde Hospital (PVH) CEO (Chief Executive Officer) Sandra Anaya confirmed the rural healthcare facility’s first positive test for COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) to the Times. “The hospital has had one positive test result for the Corona Virus.… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Two months before traditional graduation, minus…

Terrence Davis, Beaumont’s superintendent of schools, is adamant that every senior will get to participate in graduation — assuming that health and county officials give a green light for students to go back to school. At the Banning school board… Read full article at Record Gazette