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A significant focus of the curriculum at e3 Civic High involves Design Thinking with real-world connections, personal relevance, authentic problems and projects. Design Thinking engages scholars in the investigation of real-world problems or concerns, encourages them to understand the end-users, the experts in the field, the research, then design solutions to the problem, and present those solutions to an authentic audience. Here are this year's solutions!
Click READ FULL STORY for a PDF link to the May Special Meeting Agenda which includes directions for public comment.
Click READ FULL STORY for a PDF link to the April Meeting Agenda which includes directions for public comment.
e3's Urban Agriculture Program is led by Learning Facilitator Jeffrey Newman. The Grow Urban Award, sponsored by Republic Services, was presented to e3 Civic High’s Urban Agriculture Program, which is passing on values of sustainability and environmental excellence to the next generation of Downtown leaders.
Student body presidents from all over San Diego County will be honored this month at the 64th annual Washington-Lincoln Laurels for Leaders awards ceremony.
With the onset of COVID-19 and game-changes like ubiquitous technology, artificial intelligence and global economies, public high schools are challenged to provide a new level of education. In order for the United States and other countries to compete on a global scale, school leaders need to reevaluate and redesign educational programs to provide students the exposure and experience needed to become globally competent competitors.