Sutter Middle School engineering teacher Debra Krikourian was honored this summer with a competitive grant for $2,500 from the Thank a Million Teachers program. We sat down with Krikourian to learn more about what motivates her as a teacher and leader in education.
Students at Russell Ranch Elementary last month had the opportunity not only to commemorate Sept. 11 – they also made a lasting impact in their community.
White Rock Elementary students are using cutting edge technology to bring their imaginations to life. Glenn Clinton’s sixth grade classroom is now home to two 3D printers, which gives students the power to see their designs made into real-life creations.
Six standout students have an ambitious vision for designing a school of the future, and their work has earned them an international stage.
California college resources for high school students
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