All CIF teams announced for boys’…

The Southern Section offices released the selections for the All CIF boys’ and girls’ high school basketball teams, picking quite a few local players from around the area, including Player of the Year Mya Pierfax from Paloma Valley High School… Read full article at The Valley News

Work is a ‘gift’ for this…

When Dona Herweck Rice thinks back to her first memory, she sees herself sitting on her bedroom floor writing a story in blue crayon about her mother, who was in the bathroom next to her brushing her hair. “I recall… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

STATE: Undocumented students excluded from federal emergency…

The country’s nearly half a million undocumented students won’t be able to access any of the coronavirus emergency relief colleges and universities are receiving to help their students. The Trump administration on Tuesday barred undocumented college students from receiving emergency… Read full article at EdSource

As schools brace for more challenges,…

Creating clarity on what the next chapter for schools looks like and getting students safely back into school next fall will be one of the biggest challenges facing our nation’s educational system in modern times. Read full article at EdSource

STATE: California school districts to get 5-month…

With so much on their plates already and revenue projections so much in flux, California school districts had assumed they’d get a reprieve from filing their next Local Control and Accountability Plan, the document that would spell out their spending… Read full article at EdSource

QESD #4 teacher arrested, accused of…

On April 20, Quartzsite Elementary School District #4’s (QESD #4) Governing Board convened for a special meeting to discuss and ultimately approve to terminate 23-year-old Garrett Wayne Sweetland’s employment pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes (ARS) title 15, education section 15-550. Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Four Riverside County schools recognized for…

RIVERSIDE (CNS) – Four Riverside County schools were among 25 state schools recognized today by the California Department of Education for being “green achievers” by addressing climate challenges with local solutions. The Riverside County honorees for 2020 are Margarita Middle… Read full article at The Valley News

STATE: Internet providers asked to do more…

In an ongoing effort to connect all California students to the internet at home, state legislators are urging internet service companies to increase their efforts to extend services to families without access. Internet service providers, including AT&T, Verizon, Charter Communications,… Read full article at EdSource

STATE: Los Angeles Unified enrollment dips below…

For the first time in more than three decades, the number of students in Los Angeles Unified has fallen below 600,000 students — the continuation of a long trend of declining enrollment that has significant implications for the financial health… Read full article at EdSource