Victorville school scheduled to reopen Tuesday following a gas leak problem | National News

Victorville school scheduled to reopen Tuesday following a gas leak problem |  National News

HD Daily News Digital Team UPDATE 2:17 PM – VVUHSD officials have notified HDdailynews.com that repair work at CIMS has been completed. The district says it will be safe for staff and students to return to school on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022. “The gas company has verified that all leaks caused by the faulty gas … Read more

UC Merced CA students struggling without TAs during strike

Academic employees strike on the University of California, Merced campus in Merced Calif., on Monday, Nov. 14, 2022. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsun-star.com Like many students across California, UC Merced student Ananya Veerapaneni has found classes a bit more challenging during the past three weeks with teaching assistants on strike. Especially with finals quickly approaching. “Students are … Read more

UC Davis undergrads want their TAs back before finals season

Final exams for UC Davis undergraduates start next week, and Giselle Ariza is terrified. Normally the first-year student would go to the library and get help from one of the calculus tutors, but since most of them are on strike, she’s on her own. “Honestly it’s really stressful, way more stressful than I thought it … Read more

FTC Settles Allegations of Data Security Failures with Edtech Company Chegg

On October 31, 2022, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a complaint and proposed consent order against Chegg, an edtech company, over its security practices that resulted in four security breaches in three years. The commissioners unanimously voted to approve the proposed order. The case follows the FTC’s announcement earlier this year that it would … Read more

CSU system will no longer use SATs, ACTs for student admission

California State University will permanently remove SAT and ACT standardized test requirements from its undergraduate admissions process, a move that university officials say will help the nation’s largest four-year university system more equitably assess prospective students. Now, neither the CSU nor the University of California systems require standardized tests for admissions. The California State University … Read more

Trojan transformation: Lincoln Riley’s remarkable fix at USC

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Lincoln Riley took over Southern California’s four-win football program one year ago this week, the coach stood on the top rim of the Coliseum and boldly declared his Trojans should be competing for championships right away. Riley chuckled Tuesday when he was reminded of that exhilarating time in his life … Read more

EF Academy is Now Accepting Applications from New Students to join them for the 2022/2023 Academic Year – Pasadena Schools

EF Academy are NOW accepting applications from new students to join the Academy for the 2022/2023 academic year. Speak to one of its Admissions Consultants to take the first step towards transforming your high school education. With its Safe Learning Promise, students applying to EF Academy are guaranteed to continue their education no matter what. … Read more

Caleb Williams Propels No. 5 USC past Notre Dame 38-27

LOS ANGELES (AP) — After Caleb Williams perfectly faked a handoff and sprinted up the middle for the first of his three rushing touchdowns against Notre Dame, he went to the Southern California sideline and extended a stiff-arm with his body coiled in a familiar way. Williams’ teammates had been demanding a Heisman Trophy pose … Read more

Heat shield that could land humans on Mars hitches ride to space

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. CNN — When a polar satellite designed to improve weather forecasting launched early Thursday, an experimental heat shield tagged along. It could land humans on Mars. The two separate missions both launched aboard a United … Read more