Students work on computers in Nuview technology lab.

Nuevo: Nuview Union seeks bonds for…

Voters in the Nuview Union School District will be asked to consider approving a tax increase to pay for school facility repairs and upgrades in the Nov. 6 election. Measure V would raise about $4 million for Nuview, which operates… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

UCR Chancellor Timothy P. White

STATE: Riverside: UCR’s White to take helm…

Chancellor Timothy P. White is leaving UC Riverside to become chancellor or the California State University system. White will replace Charles Reed, who is retiring. White became UCR chancellor in 2008. He may be most remembered for helping to make… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Riverside: Alvord OKs staff contract

Alvord schools workers in the California School Employees Association agreed to pay cuts of 4.35 percent, and the district board unanimously approved the contract Thursday night, Oct. 14. School board members thanked employees for their hard work and said they… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Group picture of alumni currently teaching at Palm Springs High School

Alumni now doing the teaching at…

PALM SPRINGS — After graduating from high school, many students take off for college and never return to their old stomping grounds. But for a group of Palm Springs High School teachers, returning to their alma mater was a priority.… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Photo of Charity Hansen working on a computer

STATE: Community colleges’ crisis slows students’ progress…

By Stephen Ceasar - October 4, 2012 - stephen.ceasar@latimes.com The first course Charity Hansen is taking as a freshman at Pasadena City College is a basic class on managing time, speaking up in discussions, setting ambitious goals and then going… Read full article at source

NATIONAL: Education Chief Wants Textbooks To Go…

by The Associated Press - October 2, 2012, 06:12 pm ET WASHINGTON (AP) — Worried your kids spend too much time with their faces buried in a computer screen? Their schoolwork may soon depend on it. Education Secretary Arne Duncan… Read full article at source

Temecula: School district names Voros assistant…

by Michelle L. Klampe - October 3, 2012 at 11:09 AM  - mklampe@pe.com Henry Voros is returning to the Temecula Valley Unified School District as its assistant superintendent for human resources development. Voros previously worked in Temecula as director of… Read full article at source

Riverside County Office of Education building

Teachers union, county office in mediation

by Dayna Straehley - October 3, 2012 05:51 PM - dstraehley@pe.com The Riverside County Office of Education and Riverside County Office Teachers Association are in the mediation process for the contract for the 2010-11 school year. Teachers union President Mike… Read full article at source

Students dabble in science, technology

by Troy Clarke, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Corona - news@pe.com Some 5,000 students from Inland area schools found out Tuesday and Wednesday how much fun science, technology, engineering and math can be, as well as how much they can make… Read full article at source

Students, parents and educators walking to school

Students learn the value of taking…

by Michelle Mitchell - October 3, 2012 at 11:51 PM - michelle.mitchell@thedesertsun.com Students, parents and educators joined together Wednesday to walk to school. Eight schools in Palm Springs, Cathedral City and Desert Hot Springs participated in the 15th annual International… Read full article at source