Published on April 4, 2018 by

Teens are speaking up against bullies through a Safe School Ambassadors program in Fairfield. Merced graduation rates are up, thanks to an effort to connect UC Merced students with middle schoolers. An alternative school in Napa is reaching students with innovative methods, from yoga to community service. Spend a day in the life of an elementary school principal in West Sacramento.04/04/2018

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