Attracting and keeping quality teachers in Sacramento classrooms is a constant challenge. The region is facing a teacher shortage that is exacerbated due to access and/or cost of teacher preparation programs, teachers retiring, crowded classes, low perceived teacher salary, and need for specialized teachers in STEM, math, science and special education. Shortages are highest in the districts’ most under-resourced schools. This team will be working with regional partners including Breakthrough Sacramento to help guide students who hope to become teachers beginning in the 6th grade through the completion of their credential. This team hopes to develop a sustainable pipeline of teachers to support the region. A highly competent teacher workforce is the necessary foundation to improving the region’s educational outcomes in K-12 schools.
Breakthrough Sacramento is one of the programs associated with our teacher preparation pipeline alignment team. This summer they will be helping 75 students in the 7th,8th,and 9th grade. To do this they are asking for help providing supplies. A list of items that they need is posted below.
1. Donations of summer snacks – granola bars, sun chips, otter pops and ice cream bars for hot days
2. Books for middle school students
3. Art supplies
4. Used in good condition laptops, chrome books
1. Summer T-shirts: $500
2. STEM Sponsors for:
Shark Dissection – $600
Robotics and Coding: $1,500
3. College Campus Tour Sponsor (Davis and Berkeley): $2,500
4. Sponsor a Teaching Fellow: $1,500
If you have any questions email Faith Galati below.
Breakthrough Sacramento Website
Breakthrough Sacramento, Executive Director
San Juan Unified School District, Grant Writer
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