Video shows alleged hazing of Citrus Valley softball players - The San Bernardino County Sun
A video shared on social media appears to show new Citrus Valley High School softball players being forced to lick the dirt off the field before they can be members of the team, in the apparent presence of at least one adult supervisor.
School raises 5-digit donation for leukemia society - Chino Champion
Liberty Elementary School students went wild, cheering and screaming when they learned they had raised more than $10,000 for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
SBVC, Crafton faculty to hold ‘no-confidence’ vote on chancellor - Redlands Daily Facts
The Academic Senates at Crafton Hills College and San Bernardino Valley Community College will hold a vote of “no-confidence” today for the San Bernardino Community College District’s chancellor, after being placed on warning by their regional accrediting agency.
Serra taught as flawed 'hero' - The Press Enterprise
Was Father Junipero Serra a good guy? Students learn the good and the bad about the priest who founded California's missions.
Mt. San Jacinto College is, in a word, big - The Press Enterprise
If Mt. San Jacinto College is anything, it is big. The Riverside County school is a path to careers in business and nursing, and transfers to four-year universities.
Mixed report on community college graduation rates - San Diego Union Tribune
An annual report card on California community colleges shows campuses in San Diego County have better graduation rates than the state average.
Lawmakers try and try again to expand dual enrollment - EdSource
Programs that allow students to earn high school and college credit at the same time are seen as an effective way to boost college success rates.
‘A lot of this isn’t that new’ with the Common Core in Santa Ana - EdSource
EdSource is conducting a series of interviews featuring educators’ experiences with the Common Core State Standards.
Time to cool it with bashing schools - Cabinet Report
Before the upcoming presidential race’s political climate gets too warm, let’s moderate the heated rhetoric about the dismal state of American education with some cold facts and careful analysis.