Please limit suggestions to sites that have statewide relevance.For schools offering any of the grades from K-12. This category will include kindergartens, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools with locations in multiple regions of the state. Also included are sites which specifically serve as K-12 resources.
Please submit organizations that have relevance to statewide California education issues.There is currently no description created for this category.
Please limit suggestions to sites that have statewide relevance.Includes sites specifically geared towards assisting or improving educator productivity, including continuing education for teachers and classroom products.
Very few submissions will be accepted into this category; it is intended for state-wide resources only. Reunion sites should be submitted to the category where the school is/was located. Please see Localities, and suggest the site to the town or city where the school is/was located. The most appropriate category is the locality''s Education sub-category, if there is one. Local reunion sites for schools located outside the area are suggested to Society and Culture: Reunions.For the listing of sites serving as a source of information on class reunions and alumni for California schools. Local reunion sites for schools located outside California are found in Society and Culture: Reunions.
Please limit suggestions to sites that have statewide relevance.For the listing of sites offering specialized education in areas outside of the traditional classroom. Candidates for listing in this category may include driver's training, real estate schools, or intensive foreign language schools.
Please limit suggestions to sites that have statewide relevance.A vocational school, providing vocational education and also sometimes referred to as a trade school or career college, is a school operated for the express purpose of giving its students the skills needed to perform a certain job or jobs. Vocational schools do not exist to further education in the sense of liberal arts, but rather to teach primarily or only job-specific skills, and as such are better considered to be institutions devoted to training, not education.