Education
August 18, 2017

Teachers get a chance to learn, network and get inspired at free summit event

This year, Sonoma State University School of Education has partnered with the California International Studies Project and World Savvy, a national education nonprofit that works with educators, schools and districts, to host the teachers summit.

 

Children from nonprofit Family Development Center visit Sonoma State University for taste of college life

Dressed in colorful shades of orange and green, around 600 Kindergarten to eighth-grade students from the Robert’s Family Development Center Freedom School in Sacramento attended the annual “I Am the Future” day at Sonoma State...

CRPUSD Board to vote on Computer Science Magnet schools

“We’ve been looking at ideas to increase STEM education,” says Julie Synyard, Assistant Superintendent for the Cotati Rohnert Park Unified School District.