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Two Local Business Leaders Provide STEM Grants

Because of the positive impact that a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education can have on a student’s life, the Classroom of the Future Foundation (CFF) invests heavily in its support of STEM (and STEAM) programs. Earlier this year, CFF received two grants from two of its leading supporters. Ashford University has awarded $5,000 to the STEM program […]

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CFF in the News: U-T San Diego Ed-tech story on 5/20/14

In the Tuesday edition of U-T San Diego, reporter Karen Kucher wrote an informative article about the Classroom of the Future Foundation and our role in recognizing innovative learning in San Diego schools. The article mentions our 2014 individual and program awards that will be honored on Wednesday evening, May 21st. For more information about […]

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Project RED to Drive Efficiency

A collaboration of CFF, the San Diego County Office of Education, six school districts, and a leading national consultant is taking shape, with the intent of improving learning efficiency in the face of limited school resources. Fundamentally, the group is looking at how to integrate successful educational technology programs with business strategies that preserve resources […]

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Imagine Receiving a Special Award – CFF Innovation in Education Award Nominations are Open

Classroom of the Future Foundation is please to invite nominations for the 2014 Innovation in Education Awards program.  There is $25,000.00 available for the recipients of these awards and nominations are open until Monday, March 24, 2014 (extended from March 17) via the Classroom of the Future Foundation online application form. Nominations can be made […]

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High Tech Scholarships Again Total $40,000 to AVID Students

For the second year, $40,000 in High Tech Academic Achievement Scholarships will be awarded to deserving AVID students at the May 21 awards dinner.  The scholarships are made possible by $20,000 grants from the USS Midway Museum and the Jack in the Box Foundation. “No greater investment can be made than one that recognizes and […]

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Sir Ken Robinson at USD

Sir Ken Robinson was the keynote speaker on January 16, 2014 at the University of San Diego to a sold out audience of educators and business leaders on the topic of “Leading a Culture of Innovation.” Sir Ken Robinson, PhD is an internationally recognized leader in the development of creativity, innovation and human resources in education and in business. He […]

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Medal of Honor Educates and Inspires

The Medal of Honor Foundation believes the qualities of heroism, namely character and integrity, have a role to play in education.  San Diego educators agree. This summer the USS Midway Museum hosted a Medal of Honor presentation about new curriculum available.  Emerald Middle School’s Mary Kraus volunteered to create localized curriculum and trained six other […]

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Comet of the Century Science Project (Update 2)

Comet ISON is less than two weeks away from reaching the sun. Many amateur astronomers have already been able to catch a glimpse of it using only binoculars, when the sky is dark enough. There is still a lot of speculation about what will happen as ISON approaches the sun but at least the predictions […]

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SDCUE 2013 – Best Free Web Tools for Today’s Classroom

On Saturday, November 2, 2013, the Classroom of the Future Foundation (CFF) attended the SDCUE 2013 conference to support San Diego Computer Using Educators (SDCUE). Our CFF Board member, Randy Everett, was a speaker at the event and presented the topic “The Best Free Web Tools for Today’s Classroom.” The presentation contains information about: What […]

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Comet of the Century Science Project (Update 1)

The Comet ISON is now between Mars and Earth, and it is getting closer by the day. Hopefully you have had a chance to tell your students about it and they are anxiously awaiting its grand entrance. So far, the comet is still too dim to see with the naked eye, but it may be […]

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