Coachella Valley Economic Partnership pushes education

The Coachella Valley’s education and business leaders have come together to create a regional plan designed to send more students to college and connect them to a local career. The Coachella Valley Economic Partnership announced the Regional Plan for College… Read full article at The Desert Sun

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School districts to keep an eye…

Two propositions that are competing against one another could both have severe financial effects on the Beaumont Unified School District if they don’t pass on Nov. 6. The passage of Prop. 30, sponsored by Gov. Jerry Brown, the California Federation… Read full article at source

Academic Excellence Despite Budget Cuts

PALM SPRINGS--A summit in Palm Springs to encourage academic excellence in Riverside County also focused on keeping public education strong despite devastating budget cuts. With the election in just weeks there's a possibility billions will be slashed from education funding.… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

Riverside: Local students, staff ready for…

Dozens of students and staff members from the Riverside Unified School District will take part in the annual Ghost Walk Riverside which benefits the non-profit California Riverside Ballet. The event takes place 6-10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 26 and Saturday, Oct.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Beaumont: Six vie for two seats…

Six individuals ranging from an 18-year-old archery instructor to a 73-year-old retired educator are running for a seat on the Beaumont school board. Two seats, currently occupied by Mark Orozco and Wayne Hackney, are up for grabs Nov. 6. The… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Education: Schools swamped with immigrant record…

Some Inland school districts have been slammed by records requests from immigrant students applying for temporary residence, with a few districts setting appointments for months out or using forklifts to reach student files stacked in warehouses. San Bernardino City Unified… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Temecula: Agreement opens tennis courts to…

Tennis players will have a bounty of new courts to choose from under an agreement between Temecula and the Temecula Valley Unified School District. City Council members on Tuesday, Oct. 23, took three separate actions to approve the agreement for… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Corona: Gas-like odor sickens 51 at…

Thirteen students and a teacher at a Corona school were treated at hospitals Tuesday, Oct. 23, when a nauseous odor sickened dozens of people. At 8:45 a.m., about 950 students were evacuated from Corona Fundamental Intermediate School at 1230 S.… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Banning: Teacher loses battle with blood…

Ray Alcala, a Banning resident and teacher, died on Monday, Oct. 22, according to a friend and colleague. Mr. Alcala, 41, was diagnosed with MDS, or myelodysplastic syndrome, in March. MDS are a group of rare blood diseases. Mr. Alcala… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Girls Tennis: Murrieta Valley players balance…

MURRIETA — There are student-athletes, and then there are students who somehow also manage to squeeze in athletics. The Murrieta Valley High girls tennis team is having a great deal of success with four players in that second group. The… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise