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Manage low bandwidth during remote learning sessions

TEMECULA – One of the biggest challenges posed by remote learning is keeping students connected to their teachers and their classmates, not all of...

Teachers and staff reflect on the first month of distance learning

Emily Schwank, Intern As the Temecula Valley Unified School District wrapped up its first month of distance learning, teachers and staff reflected on their experience thus...

Protest held at Red Hawk Elementary after teacher alleges racial profiling

A group of more than 100 members of the Temecula community turned out to Red Hawk Elementary School in the afternoon Thursday, Aug. 20,...

AIR releases early results from national survey on public education’s COVID-19 response

Preliminary results show wide range of teaching and learning strategies WASHINGTON – The American Institutes for Research is releasing early results from a national survey...

Distance learning approaches vary across school districts

With local school districts returning from spring break into a new world of shuttered campuses and social distancing, most districts are moving students to...

Comics help physics students learn concepts

The Mexican cartoonist Juanele has a full-time job as a university physics professor; Juan Manuel Ramirez de Arellano teaches at the Mexico City campus...

Elementary school teacher invites students to drive by, say hi

Jeff Pack Staff Writer When second grade teacher Rob Shea heard that a teacher caravan drive by was canceled at his school, Vintage Hills Elementary School...
Opinion section

The TVUSD board devalues teacher input

For several months, there has been speculation that Superintendent Timothy Ritter will retire at the end of the current school year. With this in...

Accidental shootings raise questions about arming teachers

MARTHA BELLISLE Associated Press SEATTLE (AP) — As the country looks for ways to deal with mass shootings at schools, some have responded by saying...