California Educator

October 2011

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JAN 13–15 CONFERENCE Issues Conference Rio Hotel, Las Vegas "Standing as One — Determining the Future of Public Education." This conference provides an opportunity for rural, urban and ESP educators with diverse interests and perspectives to recon- nect with fellow educators, re-energize their skill- set and help strategize solutions to confront the challenges they face together. Incentive grants are available. you make. Coordinate with co-workers while on the move and keep up with family near and far. Get instant savings on monthly plans from where you work. Discounts for Current California Education Employees. For the difference Save 18 % Select regularly priced monthly service plans Requires a new two-year Agreement. Shop Online: K-12 Education: Higher Education: Shop at any retail Sprint Store: Bring your employee ID or pay stub and mention code: K-12 Education: GAEDU_SCA_WS_ZZZ Higher Education: GAUNV_SCA_WS_ZZZ Existing Sprint customers please call 1-866-853-4931 to add your discount May require up to a $36 activation fee/line, credit approval and deposit. Up to $200 early termination fee/line applies. Individual-Liable Discount: Available only to eligible employees of the company or organization participating in the discount program or Government agencies participating in employee discount pricing with Sprint. May be subject to change according to organization's agreement with Sprint. Available upon request on select plans and only for eligible lines. Discount applies to monthly service charges only. No discounts apply to add-ons $29.99 or below. Other Terms: Coverage not available everywhere. Nationwide Sprint and Nextel National Networks reach over 277 and 278 million people, respectively. Sprint 4G network reaches over 70 markets and counting, on select devices. The Sprint 3G network reaches over 272 million people. Offers not available in all markets/retail locations or for all phones/networks. Pricing, offer terms, fees and features may vary for existing customers not eligible for upgrade. Other restrictions apply. See store or for details. ©2011 Sprint. Sprint and the logo are trademarks of Sprint. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent and Trademark Offi ce. Research In Motion, the RIM logo, BlackBerry, the BlackBerry logo and SureType are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Offi ce and may be pending or registered in other countries - these and other marks of Research In Motion Limited are used with permission. The HTC logo and HTC EVO are trademarks of HTC Corporation. Other marks are the property of their respective owners. 14850 DREXEL PREPARES TOMORROW'S LEADERS Employees of California community colleges receive 40 percent tuition assistance towards Drexel's master's degree programs. Visit our website for details and upcoming information sessions. EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE Drexel University at the Center for Graduate Studies in Sacramento offers a solid and dynamic path of academic and technological innovation for today's education administrators. Programs offered include: • Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Management: A rigorous, professional practitioner's degree in a blended delivery format that combines on campus classes with transcontinental online education. • M.S. in Higher Education*: Students undergo rigorous preparation to lead in complex administrative and management positions in university and college offi ces, national and international associations and organizations, government agencies, foundations, and corporations in the U.S. and around the world. • M.S. in Human Resource Development*: Students learn strategic human capital leadership with competencies to facilitate employee and organizational learning, performance and change in a variety of workplace settings. * These programs are now available in our new Executive Weekend format (one Friday evening/Saturday each month). For more information, call 916.325.4600 or email October 2011 / 9

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