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New bill will require ethnic studies education for high school students

Gov. Gavin Newsom approved Assembly Bill 101 on Oct. 5, which consists of requiring a one-semester ethnic studies class as a condition to earn a high school diploma. This bill applies to all secondary school learning institutions in the state of California, including charter schools. Assemblymember Jose Medina of California’s 61st district, which includes Riverside, […]

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Is taking a Gap year beneficial in college?

While many students choose to immediately begin college after high school, others desire to pursue different options before heading to college and committing to more years of education. Students who take a gap year take time off to do anything from traveling the world to volunteering to working and saving money. According to the Gap […]

Science faculty members lead team for Chaffey High School District curriculum

Five science faculty members from California Baptist University will lead a team revamping curriculum development in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District. Dr. Jim Buchholz, professor of mathematics and physics, became the principal investigator for the $1.35 million state grant, which will be spread out over the course of three years to enhance the […]