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Annual education address to be delivered twice

State of Education

Ted Alejandre, San Bernardino County’s Superintendent of Schools, will deliver his first State of Education address to two different audiences. On Sept. 16, Alejandre will speak at the California Theater of the Performing Arts, 562. W. Fourth St. San Bernardino, according to a statement posted on the district’s website. On …

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CSUSB Approaches 50th Anniversary, Makes Event Plans

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As California State University San Bernardino approaches its 50th anniversary this fall, preparations are underway for the Legacy of Leadership Celebration September 17 through 20. According to the university’s events calendar, the event is scheduled to be held at approximately 15 locations throughout CSUSB’s 441-acre campus. The campus event director …

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UC minimum wage hike draws skepticism

UC Wage Hike Draws Critisizm

Two local economists dismissed a plan by the University of California to raise the minimum wage of its workers to $15 an hour. The Fair Wages/Fair Work Plan, announced Wednesday by UC President Janet Napolitano, requires that all employees hired to work at least 20 hours a week in the …

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CBU to partner with Ameriflight

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California Baptist University (CBU) just signed an agreement with Ameriflight that would provide additional career opportunities for CBU students who graduate with an aviation flight degree. Ameriflight is a shipping fleet for the financial sector, courier companies and priority freight forwarders. The company employs over 600 employees, in addition to …

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Cal Baptist Partners with Nation’s Largest Medical School

Medical Help Coming to Inland Empire

California Baptist University (CBU) recently created a program with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM), the nation’s largest medical school that’s headquartered in Erie, Penn. The program gives qualified CBU students early acceptance into LECOM’s medical, pharmacy or dental school. “We have found that institutions with a religious affiliation …

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Inland Christian school gets high ranking

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Yucaipa Valley Christian School has placed in the top 10 percent of Christian schools nationwide. The school, which offers pre-school classes for children two and one half to four years old, was ranked in the 92nd percentile by the Colorado-based Association of Christian Schools International, according to a statement released …

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