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Residents of the Inland Empire should begin to prepare for a predicted third consecutive dry year by reducing their water usage.
The words "Common Core" don't hold special meaning to students in Terri Clarke's second-grade class at Newport Elementary. Unbeknownst to them, the lessons Clarke is implementing will have a profound effect on the way they are taught for the rest of their time in public schools.
The Coast Community College District Board of Trustees needs to improve teamwork and efficiency, according to a recent district employee survey.
As Shakespeare famously said, all the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players. The half-dozen women who will star at the Laguna Playhouse on Oct. 21 have chosen a particularly difficult part — one that flutters in and out of the spotlight, with no understudy and plenty of lines to master.
The Register's parent, Freedom Communications, will pay $27.25 million and will have a presence in four diverse SoCal counties. The acquisition is the latest move by Freedom owner Aaron Kushner.
Deasy needs to convince the public that poor children deserve iPads and that LAUSD can be trusted to run the $1-billion program wisely.
Standardized test scores dipped across the state and in Orange County in 2013 – the first time in at least six years and a step back that comes just as the state is transitioning away from the testing system.
A strategy also in use elsewhere aims to head off fire in the San Bernardino National Forest by closing areas before it can happen.
Californians say the state's water supply system has serious problems that require improvement, but they are unwilling to spend billions of dollars in ratepayer and taxpayer funds on the task, according to a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll.
There is simply nothing more important to California’s future than an adequate and dependable supply of clean water. Accordingly, there is simply nothing more complex than its water politics, as we are beginning to see as Gov. Jerry Brown, legislators and water stakeholders attempt to write a 2014 bond issue.
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