Year in Review: Our Top Stories of 2017

CalSchoolNews has had an interesting year covering education stories in California.        

From laid off Superintendents to audits and investigations to budget cuts and deficits, this year was definitely a drama-filled one for leaders in education across the state.

Below is a recap of the top 10 headlines that caught your attention for 2017.

We can only imagine what 2018 will bring.

10. San Diego D.A Investigating Former Poway Unified Supt.

9. Former Centinela Valley Superintendent Arrested, Faces 12 Felony Charges

8. $14 Million Deficit for Temecula Valley USD

7. Parlier Unified Superintendent Once Again On Administrative Leave

6. Potential Layoffs, Protests at Montebello Unified

5. Montebello Unified: Mass Layoffs, Never-ending Protests, & a Lying CBO, With Special Appearances by State Legislators

4. Pleasanton School Board Ousts Superintendent After Just Six Months

3. CDE Announces 2017 Gold Ribbon Schools

2. School Boards Cut Millions From Budgets, Layoffs Expected

1. Westminster Superintendent Fired After 4 Months on the Job


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Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 19:15

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Superintendent will be getting a nice bonus.

In a unanimous vote, the Board voted this week to give Superintendent Fred Navarro a $34,450 bonus.