Alianza Teacher Recognized in Washington, D.C.
Patricia Cortez Hidalgo is one of 10 amazing educators being recognized at the White House next week for her work in bilingual education in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. Hidalgo will be honored as a "Champion of Change" on M... Continue
Watsonville High Teachers in the Spotlight!
Watsonville High World History teacher, Ryan Jones, is utilizing Literacy Design Collaborative methods to teach his students how to improve their writing. His efforts have caught the attention of his colleagues and the Bill and Melinda Gates found... Continue
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