Our four new college freshman have now all begun classes, as of yesterday! Jennifer and Monica began at UC Davis and Hsin began at UCI this week. Tatiana has been in classes at UCB for over a month now. (UCB
Class of 2020 t-shirts designed by Future Foundation of Sacramento. The shirts commemorate our graduates’ participation in making history with all of the students who graduated Spring 2020.
We are selling the t-shirts as a fundraiser for our scholarship program!
Covid-19 school closures are not experienced equally by students.
“The coronavirus pandemic has done nothing to level the playing field of American education, and instead has widened the gaps that have always existed.” (NYTimes)
From the desk of the Executive Director, Elizabeth Marlow
Very big news for the class of 2020, college may be offered only online for Fall 2020.
High school seniors preparing to enter college do not know yet what to
How are teachers cultivating an engaging distance learning experience for students during this crisis?
Kareem Farah, an educator with experience in distance learning shares that for teachers shifting to teaching online should know that “Individual Touchpoints Are Game-Changers: What
As students everywhere engage in distance learning,
we show our appreciation and say
to our teachers who continue to serve
the essential role of cultivating, guiding,
and reaching out to connect with students.
Teens and college students may not be considered high risk from a covid-19 direct medical perspective, but they are facing very real distressing social and economic challenges.
The majority of students may appear to
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
Thank you teachers.
Your dedication is helping students navigate many changes and much uncertainty. We see your herculean efforts to continue to teach your students while you are apart. We appreciate your flexibility to adapting your
Covid-19 mitigation efforts have closed ALL schools. Officials confirmed schools will NOT open before the end of this school year. Parents everywhere have unexpectedly become “substitute teachers” for their children while the entire family is home under stay-safe-at-home orders. You