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Education

IE campuses part of ITT Tech closings

IE campuses part of ITT Tech closings

ITT Technical Institutes is shutting down all of its schools nationwide, including its Inland Empire campuses in Corona and San Bernardino, officials announced today. The closures, which were effective immediately, will impact more than 35,000 students and an estimated 8,000 employees, according to a statement released by ITT Educational Services …

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Education Conference Scheduled

The Baldy View Chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California will host the Education Summit 2016. The event, which will be co-hosted by the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, is scheduled to be held from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 8 at the Chaffee College Chino Community …

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Perris Opens Elementary School

Perris Opens Elementary School

Perris Mayor Daryl Busch joined officials from the Perris Elementary School District for a ribbon cutting at Clearwater Elementary School. The K-6 grade campus at Nuevo and Murrieta roads cost $30 million to build and will serve 750 students when it opens officially on Aug. 18, according to a statement …

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High School to Open in Perris

Orange Vista High School

Orange Vista High School, the third high school in the Val Verde Unified School District, is scheduled to open Wednesday. An estimated 1,100 freshmen and sophomores are expected to begin classes on the new campus in Perris, which city and Riverside County and school district officials dedicated last week, according …

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Homebuilders back state bond initiative that would help build schools

Homebuilders back state bond initiative that would help build schools

The measure, which will appear on the November ballot, would end the need for construction and refurbishment fees mandated by school districts that the building industry considers excessive. If it doesn’t pass, some housing construction could disappear, developers say. In November, Californians will vote on the California Public Education Facilities …

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Riverside Students Excel in Business Competition

Riverside Students Excel in Business Competition

Students from Riverside Poly High School won first place in Riverside’s inaugural Mayor’s Entrepreneurial Challenge. Nearly 100 students participated in the recent three-day event, which was sponsored by the Advancement Academy and hosted by SolarMax Technology in Riverside, according to a statement. Participants were required to elect a chief executive …

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