P-E Columnist Cassie MacDuff and KVCR's Ken Vincent review a few of the IE's top news stories of the week, including:
-More Latinos than whites are now being admitted to California universities
-IE is expected to benefit from expansion of community college slots
-Personnel shakeup at San Bernardino County Museum
3/28/2014 7:30 AM
| Matt Guilhem
The fifth annual Latino Education and Advocacy Days, or LEAD, conference is taking place at Cal State San Bernardino this week. The event centers on issues affecting Latinos including education, parenting, family, and social activism. KVCR's Matt Guilhem attended Thursday's LEAD summit at the university and has the report.
KVCR's Ken Vincent interviews San Bernardino City Unified School Board President Michael Gallo, who will receive the Time For Change Foundation Community Humanitarian Award next month. Gallo talks about using his personal drive and professional success to try to inspire students to get the knowledge and skills they need to ensure their own success. This is Part 1 of a 2-part interview; Part 2 is also posted on this page.
In this week's "State of the Cities" segment, KVCR's Ken Vincent talks with the Mayor of Riverside, Rusty Bailey, about how his first year in office has gone since he replaced long-time Mayor Ron Loveridge. This is part two of a two-part interview that will continue tomorrow.