Tuesday , June 18 2024

Education

Grant to help disabled, special needs students

The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools has received a $533,800 grant that it will use to increase enrollment in early learning and care programs for disabled and other special-needs students. The one-year grant, from the California Department of Education, will be shared with the offices of education in Mono …

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Mobile educational vehicle to debut

Mt. San Jacinto College’s Career Education Office will break out its Mobile Career Center this week. The vehicle, which is the size of a large recreational vehicle, is scheduled to appear 11 a.m. today at the school’s Menifee Valley campus and at noon at its San Jacinto campus, according to …

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Chaffey High School District betters college chances

Students in the Chaffey Joint Union High School District have greatly improved their chances of gaining admission to California’s two four-year college programs during the last 10 years, according to data this week. The district’s completion rate for the A-G course work needed for admission to the University of California …

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College gets manufacturing grant

The Chaffey College Foundation has received a $100,000 grant that it will use to train students for advanced manufacturing careers. The donation from JP Morgan Chase & Co., the multinational investment banking firm, will help more than 60 students in the school’s Industrial Technical Learning Center, according to a statement. …

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SB County to celebrate renovated learning center

A grand opening ceremony is scheduled to be held next month at the renovated San Bernardino County Board of Education Dorothy Inghram Learning Center. The building, at 670 E. Carnegie Drive in San Bernardino, will host the board’s monthly meetings and be home to the county schools’ Regional Occupational Program, …

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Mt. San Jacinto CC begins classes

More than 16,400 students were registered for classes Monday as Mt. San Jacinto College began its spring semester. Mt. San Jacinto serves more than 26,000 students a year at one of five locations — the San Jacinto Campus, Menifee Valley Campus, San Gorgonio Pass Campus, the Temecula Education Complex and the Temecula …

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