Published on April 18, 2018 by

Visit the only robotics magnet school in the Los Angeles school district, where robots are incorporated into every subject. City leaders in West Sacramento spearhead an effort to educate all their citizens, from preschool to college. Discover how special ed students are building friendships with general ed students through a sports program at an East Bay high school. 04/18/2018

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