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Report: CA Teacher Shortage Persists, Hits High-Poverty Schools Hardest

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In California and across the nation, districts are struggling to hire enough teachers. And the shortage is getting worse, according to a new report.  There remains a supply gap of about 110,000 teachers nationwide as of last school year, primarily because...

KRISPY KREME RANCHO MIRAGE IS HERE!

OPENS TUESDAY 4/16/2019, DOORS OPEN 5:30 AM! Grand Opening today, the first 100 guests through the door will receive FREE doughnuts for one year and a t-shirt! So...the Very First guest through the door will receive a punch card for one free dozen Orignal...

Desert Symphony with Tony Danza

Tony Danza -Photo by Pat Krause The 30th Anniversary concert by the Desert Symphony was held at the McCallum Theatre on April 4th. The guest entertainer was the well-known actor Tony Danza. The 2019 Amadeus Award was given to one of the most...

New Appointments at College Strengthen Student Success

PALM DESERT, CA — College of the Desert recently announced several staffing changes designed to enhance student success outcomes and strengthen the College’s executive leadership team. Appointments include the naming of Dr. Annebelle Nery as Vice President of Instruction, Jeff Baker as Interim Vice President of Student Services,...

SCAG Approves the Appointment of Kome Ajise as its Executive Director

LOS ANGELES – The Regional Council of the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) today approved the appointment of Kome Ajise as the organization’s new Executive Director. Ajise, who has served as Planning Director since November 2017, was selected to lead the nation’s largest...

Rancho Mirage’s Tolerance Education Center Celebrates Diversity

Diversity encompasses the inclusion of cultures, ethnicities and groups, religious beliefs, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientation and gender identity, mental and physical capacities, to name just a few. From left: Dean Holencamp, Leslie Page, Jerry Ayala and Rob Lebow  -Photographs by Dimitri Halkidis Photography

Not a Blame Game: Women Demand Equal Pay and Equity

Monday was April Fool's Day, but an observance today is no joke to working women in Ohio and across the U.S. April 2 marks Equal Pay Day, the date on the calendar representing how far into 2019 a woman has to work to earn the equivalent of...