Published on April 10, 2018 by

Discover why mariachi music programs are a big draw for students in the San Diego area. Meet a national spelling champ, now inspiring kids in her Clovis school district to learn the art of spelling. A program at Sacramento State gives students as young as fourth grade a glimpse of college life. 04/10/2018

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