Court sides with Moreno Valley College…

As classes resume this week at Moreno Valley College, a dispute continues between school officials and a former professor who says he was wrongly fired in October 2017 and is trying to get his job back. Attorneys for Eric Thompson,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

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Enrollment growing at Riverside County community…

Riverside County’s community college students have arrived in their largest numbers yet, even as their numbers have plateaued statewide. Initial figures Monday, Aug. 26, showed 10,306 students enrolled at Moreno Valley College for the fall 2019 term, 16,455 enrolled at… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

California science teachers offer more input…

As California revamps how it teaches science to K-12 students, teachers are playing a bigger role in vetting the new instruction materials. Adopting a new curriculum is no simple task, as the switch to Common Core nine years ago demonstrated.… Read full article at EdSource

Apple recognized two San Bernardino teachers…

As generations of educators before him, Jonathan Keck began his teaching career 13 years ago as the center of attention. Assuming his place at the head of the classroom, the then 20-something settled into the daily routine established by professors… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Desert Sands Unified School District Rebrands

Students aren’t the only ones returning to school with a new look. After nearly 11 years the Desert Sands Unified School District is saying goodbye to their iconic lighthouse logo and kicking off the 2019-2020 school year by unveiling a… Read full article at KMIR TV Palm Springs

These 4 siblings attend Vista Murrieta…

For some reason, the Beers family has not painted their house blue and gold. Chloe, Ethan, Luke and Brady don’t wake up to the tune of “Boomer Sooner.” And the family doesn’t have routine tardy sweeps or a bronco for… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Carpentry skills tested in obstacle course…

The Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters co-sponsored a community resources fair Saturday, Aug. 24, in San Bernardino, and in addition to providing families connections to several community-support organizations, the Los Angeles-based carpenters union put on an eight-station obstacle course to… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

3 students tried to help another…

Three students at a Hemet middle school were arrested on suspicion of inciting a riot after they tried to free another student who was being arrested, the Hemet Police Department said. The incident happened about 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 23,… Read full article at The Press-Enterprise

Boosting California college graduations is governor…

The first order of business for a new higher education advisory board appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom will be to look at ways to improve the low college graduation rates in the Central Valley and the Inland Empire and counter… Read full article at EdSource

California proposal requiring ethnic studies for…

The author of legislation that would require students to take an ethnic studies course as a requirement for high school graduation has put off a vote on the bill this year amid widespread criticism of a proposed curriculum that would… Read full article at EdSource