This Oakland nonprofit industrial arts education center is celebrating its 15th anniversary. It serves approximately 5,000 students per year and offers classes in 16 unique fields.
The inaugural Silicon Valley Contemporary and Modern Fine Art Fair showcased the merging of art, science and technology through a focus on video art and digital installations from around the world.
East Palo Alto Tennis and Tutoring ushers low-income kids from the tennis courts to the classroom. The program’s focus on parents comes as the Ravenswood City School District has major changes.
The district is working to identify their educational priorities as it prepares to receive an influx of cash and increased control over allocation of the money under California’s new K-12 school funding formula.
With declining funding for public school art programs, the Mural Music & Arts Project has stepped in to fill an important void, offering year-round youth programs.
As the West Coast’s largest indoor arts and crafts show, the Harvest Festival featured over 250 artisans, as well as live music and comedy.
Teachers and administrators in East Palo Alto are preparing for a national initiative that leave curriculum planning to individual school districts, but provides a set of universal standards.
The 16th annual United Nations Association Film Festival (UNAFF) is currently running until Oct. 27, at theaters in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Stanford and San Francisco.
Aspire Public Schools built a loyal following in East Palo Alto by stressing college preparation. Now the charter management organization wants permission to expand.