An in-depth survey of American colleges and universities on sexual violence on campus found that many schools fall short in how they investigate and resolve such claims, Sen. Claire McCaskill, who commissioned the survey, said Wednesday.

Twin Rivers Unified School District trustees on Tuesday night approved an additional $330,000 to complete a heating and air conditioning project for Grant Union High School.
The sprawling Kings Canyon Unified School District on Tuesday settled federal charges that it had misled investors during a 2010 bond offering.
Dr. Marler, who died July 5, was recognized worldwide as an expert on birdsong. His lifelong research on animal communication helped produce important insights into memory, learning and behavior in humans and wildlife.
Gov. Jerry Brown has appointed Pamela Walker, interim president at American River College, as vice chancellor of academic affairs for the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
A project to replace heating and air-conditioning units at Grant Union High School in Del Paso Heights hit a snag recently when workers on the project found extensive damage from dry rot.
The Roberts Family Development Center recently became home to a summer literacy program sponsored by the Children’s Defense Fund. This is the first time the Freedom Schools program has come to Sacramento. The center is one of 132 Freedom Schools in the nation.
The Grant Union High swimming pool was the jewel of Del Paso Heights when it was built in 1934 by Works Progress Administration labor as part of the New Deal. It cost $7,324, according to UC Berkeley research.

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