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SDCOE Supports Future Educators Summit

SDCOE Supports Future Educators Summit

Representatives from several San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) teams presented and provided information to people considering a career in education at the Future Educators Summit.

Nearly 200 high school students attended the four-hour event at Mesa Community College on April 21.

“I had an amazing time, and the opportunity to have people who work in different parts in the same field speak was amazing,” one high school student said. “I thankfully learned more about how to get where I want to go.”

The event was a collaboration among local community colleges, universities, school districts, and SDCOE to increase visibility and awareness of educator pathways for middle/high school, undergraduate, and graduate students.

The event featured sessions on topics such as social and emotional learning, after-school programs, preschool, bilingual teaching, special education, and the need to hire teachers who reflect the demographics of the area.

“The Mesa Community College and San Diego County Office of Education teams did incredible work to coordinate such a powerful event in a short amount of time,” one educator addendee said. “It was awesome!”

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