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Most California high school students aren’t college-ready, analysis shows. What it means for the ValleyMost California high school students aren’t eligible to attend the public universities – and students in the San Joaquin Valley are among the most impacted, according to a recent report by the news outlet EdSource.
Four Valley siblings are running for office in 2024. Are they a California political dynasty in the making?The Soria family credits the work ethic of their farmworker parents and a commitment to education for their success
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The Fresno City Council has a new way to meet privately to discuss city matters.
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