Founded in 2001, Team Prime Time creates after-school opportunities in Title I schools where it’s needed most.
Flipped Classroom is a novel teaching approach leading to improved grades for many students.
Elevate Math, given as an after school program or summer class for schools around Silicon Valley, helps kids acquire mastery of basic concepts by using a project and problems-based learning approach.
Eric Nordbeck, a teacher at West Palms Conservatory in the Victorville Elementary School District, love for Bluegrass music has brought a unique medium to his students.
Geared primarily towards low-to-middle income, working individuals and families, the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a federal benefit able to provide relief to those who meet specific criteria, by reducing the amount of tax owed and by increasing the amount of tax monies refunded, as determined after filing. Both single and married people can benefit from EITC, regardless of whether or not they have children or other dependents.
California’s public school system contribute to STEM careers by offering science-centric activities through after-school programs.
A local non-profit called Create Now brings thousands of children in need to cultural events like free concerts and plays.
Today’s middle schoolers in California are encouraged to explore visual art concepts important to them, through elective and special interest classes.
The Visual and Performing Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools provide a powerful tool for educators and students alike to engage in powerful, meaningful study.
High school cheerleading presents a broad-based opportunity for students to compete, excel and challenge both their mental and physical capacities.