About 4,000 third-graders from schools throughout San Joaquin County will get to tour the Manteca Unified School Farm Wednesday where they will learn the basics of agriculture.
The San Joaquin County Office of Education and Migrant Education Region 23 will be one of the first migrant education programs in the state to implement an iPad-based reading initiative.
Fourth and fifth grade students and their families at 15 schools in San Joaquin County will take part in the 2012/13 Exercise Across California Program. As part of Exercise Across California sponsored by Kaiser Permanente.
The National Ag Science Center has received an award from the Association of Science Technology Centers for its Ag in Motion mobile science lab.
Stockton educators will make a presentation to California’s business, government, education and philanthropic leaders at a summit Oct. 15 and 16 aimed at charting a new course for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and workforce development.
After 38 years as an educator, Dr. Gary Dei Rossi, who has served as deputy superintendent of San Joaquin County Office of Education (SJCOE) for 22 years, has announced that he will retire.
The San Joaquin County Office of Education has announced its policy for providing free ad reduced priced meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.
California State University, Stanislaus will offer two new degrees designed to help working professionals enhance their careers and improve their earning potential, the university announced today.
Readers will get a chance to meet a number of local writers on Saturday, Sept. 15 during Stanislaus County Library’s 3rd Annual Local Author Fair.
The public is invited to meet with Mayor Garrad Marsh at Beyer High School’s Little Theatre, located at 1717 Sylvan Ave on August 4 from 10 a.m. till noon.