Education Headlines

  • MORENO VALLEY: New high school on way

    The Moreno Valley Unified School District has closed a deal to buy a 56-acre site at the northeast side of the city. The school board on Tuesday approved purchase of the land near Ironwood Avenue and Redlands Boulevard. That completes a more than decadelong search for a site to house the new high school.

  • Soledad trustees examining other employees in wake of audit

    In the wake of an audit that found the possibility of fraud at the Soledad Unified School District, trustees have not only placed their superintendent on leave but are considering what to do about other top administrators.

  • Turlock Unified makes best of N, O bond designations

    School bonds that Turlock Unified leaders are counting on to improve security and upgrade science labs will appear on the November ballot as Measures N and O, an unintended negative resulting from when they were filed.

  • Patterson helps teachers settle down in town

    Lots of teachers start out here, but most live a half-hour or so away and within a few years tend to gravitate to schools closer to home. To keep experienced teachers in place, the Patterson Unified School District is helping them put down roots.

  • Filtration systems meant to protect kids near the port were never installed at many schools

    School children and parents living near the single largest source of pollution in Southern California were promised air-cleaning filters in classrooms nearly four years ago – but many never saw them.

  • Los Angeles is getting its first girls-only charter middle school

    The first all-girls charter middle school in Los Angeles is set to open in the northeast San Fernando Valley next month, one of two all-girls schools debuting in the city this year.

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