For most students attending Catholic school, it's not enough to know your ABC's and long division. Delila Vasquez, President of the Catholic Elementary Schools of San Bernardino, says students learn that plus values, faith, and other lessons they continue to use throughout their entire lives. Vasquez is one of the speakers at the Latino Education and Advocacy Days --LEAD -- Summit at Cal State San Bernardino tomorrow [Wednesday].
A UCLA study notes falling suspension rates in California school districts. The study also suggests that schools issuing fewer suspensions see stronger student achievement. Capital Public Radio's Ben Adler provided this report.