Garza’s hands-on science instruction is funded by the Excellence in Education Enrichment program, which provides science, art and music teachers to IUSD students in fourth through sixth grades.
Cox Communications has awarded $50,000 in “Innovation in Education” grants to 20 Orange County teachers, including 10 from Irvine.
The local private Lutheran university announced in November that Dr. Michael A. Thomas will take the helm as its fifth president.
A squad of Orchard Hills School seventh and eighth grade girls in the Tustin Unified School District returned to Irvine with the prestigious Design Award from the 2019 VEX Robotics World Championship.
Irvine Unified School District’s chief technology officer talks robots, 3D devices and virtual reality.
Loma Ridge Elementary School is more than just the newest school in the Irvine Unified School District. It represents the future of education.
If you’d like to earn a University of California diploma, there are few better places to start than Irvine Valley College.
Before the first spade of dirt was turned, Irvine was master-planned to become a “city of intellect.”
IUSD students look toward their bright futures.
With 16 home and satellite campuses in Irvine, residents can earn an A.A., an M.B.A., or a Ph.D. – day or night.