Races set for three seats on…

Five candidates are running for the Area 5 seat on the Menifee Union School District board in the most competitive race among the three MUSD seats up for election Nov. 6. Incumbent Jerry Bowman will be challenged by local businessmen… Read full article at Menifee 24/7

National award for superintendent of Moreno…

Martinrex Kedziora, superintendent of schools for the Moreno Valley Unified School District, recently received the Deborah Kasak Distinguished Leadership Award from the National Forum to Accelerate Middle Grades Reform. The award recognizes an administrator or other person who has made… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

High school students invited to apply…

Southern California high school students interested in the performing arts are invited to apply to be part of the Spotlight arts education and scholarship program presented by the Music Center, the performing arts center of Los Angeles. The annual free… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Students bear brunt of teacher strike,…

Elanda Soriano was horrified when she walked into the multipurpose room at Hoffer Elementary School for what was supposed to be her son Jeremy’s first-ever day of school in his young lifetime. Jeremy was to start kindergarten on Aug. 8,… Read full article at Record Gazette

Lake Elsinore district announces school starts…

Lake Elsinore Elementary Unified School District announced Thursday that all students will return to school on Monday, Aug. 20. The start of the 2018-19 school year was postponed one week from Aug. 13, following an emergency meeting of the Board… Read full article at The Valley News

Bill requiring California high school students…

A bill that would make ethnic studies a graduation requirement in California is among a series of education-related bills from Assemblyman Jose Medina, D-Riverside, that are moving to the Senate floor. The bill would require high schools students in California… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Trump Syndrome? For a growing number…

Debbie Barles walked into her Riverside gym two years ago, looked left and right, and noticed one thing: the TV screens on the elliptical machines were tuned to Fox News. As she walked further she saw more of the same.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Educational foundation coming down the mountain…

A mountain community organization supporting local education is coming down the hill to offer San Bernardino students the chance to discover new career paths. Rim of the World Educational Foundation was founded in 1985 to provide support to schools in… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

After ACLU lawsuit, CVUSD turns cautious…

The Riverside Probation Department sought during Thursday’s Coachella Valley Unified board meeting to solidify the relationship between the two agencies in light of recent controversy. The Probation Department's Youth Accountability Team, or YAT, is the subject of a lawsuit filed… Read full article at The Desert Sun

To immunize or not: Vaccines up…

More kindergartners are getting vaccinated since a 2016 law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown mandating immunizations while banning personal beliefs exemptions. However, there has been a slight uptick in medical exemptions as personal beliefs exemptions decrease, statewide and in Riverside… Read full article at The Desert Sun