Sonoma State University has been awarded a national grant dedicated to support professional development activities for elementary and secondary teachers and other educators working with English language learners.
Eleven California universities won a total of $3.8 million in 2012 National Professional Development grants from the U.S. Department of Education. Sonoma State University was awarded a grant of $194,250. A total of 73 grant winners across the country will receive $24.4 mllion, the U.S. Department of Education announced Wednesday.
California universities that were awarded grants:
2012 National Professional Development California Grantees
- Chico—California State University, Chico, $384,401.
- Hayward—California State University, East Bay, $375,208.
- Irvine—University of California, $400,000.
- La Jolla—National University, $382,041.
- Los Angeles—Loyola Marymount University, $365,296.
- Rohnert Park—Sonoma State University, $194,250.
- San Diego—San Diego State University, $190,432.
- San Diego—San Diego State University, $400,000.
- San Jose—San Jose State University, $400,000
- San Marcos—California State University, $337,652
- Stanford—Leland Stanford Junior University, $374,338.