Global Education Leaders Gather in the Cajon Valley to Explore Modern Learning and Curriculum

EL CAJON, Calif., April 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About Monday april 4th more than two hundred superintendents, education policy makers, futurists, labor and academic leaders will visit eleven Cajon Valley Schools as a member of ASUGSV Summit. The impressive list of visitors includes executives from Fortune 500 companies and major philanthropic and nonprofit organizations, such as Zoom, Edutopia, The Hechinger Report and The Brookings Institute, to name a few. Most attendees are leaders from top universities and K-12 school systems around the world.

For several years, the Cajon Valley Union School District (CVUSD) has frequently hosted education leaders and innovators from around the world interested in bridging the gap between formal education and Career development for the world of work. CVUSD supports a diverse community of learners through a modern curriculum that embodies the district’s vision of developing “happy children, engaged in healthy relationships, on the path to gainful employment.”

“Coming to Cajon Valley, what our group is really interested in doing is trying to find the best ideas from around the world that can accelerate progress quickly,” said Dr. Rebecca WinthropDirector of the Center for Universal Education for Brookings Institution, a non-profit organization that uses research to build better policies for better education globally. “We believe there is a real benefit in learning from each other as best practices can be shared across borders…”

About ASUGSV
Launched in 2010 with a collaboration between Arizona State University (ASU) and Global Silicon Valley (GSV), the annual ASU+GSV Summit connects leading minds focused on transforming society and business around learning and working. Our North Star is that ALL people have equal access to the future.

About Cajon Valley Union School District
With roots dating back to 1870, the Cajon Valley Union School District focuses on bringing positivity to each student’s unique strengths, interests, and values. Serving over 60 square miles of the San Diego one Eastern County, Cajon Valley Union School District offers a personalized education, with programs that develop student interests into goals for a career-focused approach. Visit the neighborhood www.cajonvalley.net and don’t forget to follow CVUSD on Twitter, Facebookand instagram.

For more information contact:
Howard Shen
Cajon Valley Union School District
Office – 619-590-5823
Cell – 949-554-4921
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Cajon Valley Union School District

Students who participated in the program were encouraged to return home and tell their caregivers about their RIASEC.  In the photo above, Annet - for whom RIASEC is ISE, or Investigative, Social and Enterprising - discovered that she shared the same RIASEC as her mother.

Students who participated in the program were encouraged to return home and tell their caregivers about their RIASEC. In the photo above, Annet – for whom RIASEC is ISE, or Investigative, Social and Enterprising – discovered that she shared the same RIASEC as her mother.

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