California Access to Financial Education Grant Program
State Superintendent Tony Thurmond announces that teachers can receive a $500 stipend for participating in NextGen Personal Finance certificate programs.
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San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) is committed to promoting and supporting a high-quality history and social science education countywide. SDCOE provides direct services to districts through professional learning and networking opportunities. The County Office also works collaboratively with districts, professional organizations, and other agencies to ensure students progress through our schools developing the knowledge, skills, and literacy necessary for a deep understanding of civics, economics, geography, and history.
To help students better understand this event and to place it in a broader context, we've gathered history-social science, mental health, and social and emotional learning resources to support teachers and families in helping students process these current events.
September 17 is designated as Constitution Day in order to commemorate the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787.
San Diego County is home to a diverse community that includes first responders and victims who may have directly experienced the terror attacks on 9/11 and their aftermath.
When an historic event occurs in real-time, educators are faced with the question: How could they address or respond to this situation with their students?
By creating classrooms that support civil discourse on current issues and events, students learn how to be engaged citizens now and in the future. SDCOE gathered resources to help educators teach about voting and elections.