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Napa Valley Unified School District

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Pueblo Vista Dual Immersion/Environmental Sciences Magnet School students work in the school garden

Napa County, about 50 miles north of San Francisco, is home to the world-famous wine industry. Napa Valley Unified School District (NVUSD) is the county’s largest district and serves more than 18,000 students in 30 schools. NVUSD covers a large geographic area, with the City of Napa situated between Yountville in the north and American Canyon in the south. County demographics have changed rapidly over the past decade as immigrant families who work in the agriculture, wine, and tourism industries have made Napa their permanent home...

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NCUEA Fall Conference

Organization: National Council of Urban Education Associations
Location: Nashville, TN
Date: December 3-6, 2014

The 2014 NCUEA Fall Conference will be held at the Sheraton Downtown in Nashville, Tennessee, December 3-6, 2014. We will again be providing the All Day Media training on Wednesday, December 3, prior to the start of the Fall Conference. This year we are going to highlight the work that is happening in NCUEA locals along with other requested training sessions. Learn more

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Shout It Out Loud: Tools and Apps for Amplifying Student Voices through Formative Assessment

Organization: Association for Mid-Level Education
Date: December 10, 2014 3:00-4:00 PM EASTERN

Join AMLE and Julie Ramsay as we explore how to use formative assessment, supported by digital tools, to determine exactly what our students have mastered in the middle level. Learn how to help students design their own rubrics, set their own goals, publish their own digital portfolios, and reflect on what and how they’ve learned. A powerful and empowering webinar! Learn more
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