Fourth sex abuse lawsuit filed against…

A fourth lawsuit has been filed alleging top officials at Liberty Elementary School in Riverside failed to alert police to allegations of molestation by former technology aide Fernando Figueroa, which allowed him to continue preying on students. The lawsuit, filed… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

2 boys accused of assaulting Moreno…

The two boys arrested in what investigators called a fatal attack on a 13-year-old student at Landmark Middle School in Moreno Valley last month have been charged with voluntary manslaughter, the District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday. The Juvenile Court petitions… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Diego, boy who died after Landmark…

Youth football players will be taking the field the rest of this season in memory of a Moreno Valley middle school student who died after being assaulted by two fellow students last month. The majority of the Inland Empire Hornets,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Campus Life: Felix J. Appleby embraces…

With the first day of autumn behind us and cool weather before us, now is the perfect time for fall planting. Taking on the laborious job of preparing the ground and loosening debris from the soil of over 25 garden… Read full article at Palo Verde Valley Times

Renowned author visits PVC for Hispanic…

As part of two Hispanic Heritage Month special events, Palo Verde College (PVC) hosted Reyna Grande, the 2012 National Book Critics Circle Award finalist, “The Distance Between Us” author and motivational speaker, to the campus Anthony J. Reale Building’s Assembly… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Boy Accused of Killing Schoolmate During…

One of two boys accused in an ultimately fatal attack on a 13-year-old boy at Landmark Middle School in Moreno Valley pleaded not guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter. The youth, whose identity was not disclosed because of his age, appeared… Read full article at NBC News

Native American students suspended at higher…

Native American students in California's public schools face higher-than-average suspensions rates, according to a new report. A joint effort between California State University, San Diego, and the Sacramento Native American Higher Education Collaborative, the report outlines what it calls troubling… Read full article at The Desert Sun

Beaumont and Banning High Schools recognized…

Beaumont High School teacher and trainer, Nicole Calderilla, was honored by the CIF Southern Section as a Champion for Character. Additionally, Banning High School student Kenya Nunez, and Banning coach Lois Miller were also recognized for the Champions for Character… Read full article at Record Gazette

Parent says special education student arriving…

THERMAL, Calif.- - A parent in Salton City says the school bus that delivers her child to Desert Cahuilla Academy is frequently running late, and as a result her son is missing much of his first period math class. She… Read full article at KESQ News

Delay in California’s school ethnic studies…

California’s embattled plan for an ethnic-studies curriculum in public high schools — excoriated by opponents as too politically correct, too pedantic and anti-Semitic in its draft form — could soon get a reprieve. As education officials revise the draft, a… Read full article at The Desert Sun