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In Spring of 2014, Kelly Dudley, 5th grade teacher at Doyle Elementary, requested a Teacher Grant for purchase of a JA BizTown curriculum and hands-on field trip. Due to the success of this program we worked with JA BizTown to include a second UC elementary school in their program for the 2014-2015 school year. This […]
Spreckels 5th grade class attended BizTown in November 2015. Through donations we are able to make this an annual program for all 5th grade students in the U.C. cluster.“I wanted to extend my deepest thanks for your support and funding for BizTown for our 5th graders at Spreckels. Our students had the great fortune of […]
“Thank you so much for the exciting news that my grant request has been accepted. I am so excited to provide these innovative, brain growing activities to the kids in my class. Having only one Osmo Genius Kit right now is frustrating for the kids and me. Thanks so much for all the time you […]
“The new classroom rug that I received made such a big impact in our classroom! The other rug I had in there for about 12 years. For being 12 years old it was in pretty good shape but it looked very worn. The children’s eyes lit up when they saw the new rug the EdUCate! […]
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EdUCate! is a nonprofit foundation established in 1993 with the goal of providing supplemental funds to all five University City public schools.