Education Matters Stories
Clovis North Students to Regional Science Bowl
Education Matters: African-American Student Leadership Conference
Fresno County is doing what it can to keep a section of its youth enthusiastic about education.
Local company educates young people on job skills not taught in school
A local company is educating young people on skills not taught in the classroom -- skills they say …
Students are learning why MLK is still relevant today
The legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. is just another part of the history books in 2017, but …
Madera program lets child development training happen at actual preschools
Educator of the Week: Jennifer Crackel
Each week, KSEE24 honors one notable school teacher as its "Educator of the Week."
Fresno State offers career readiness academy for job-oriented students
Fresno State offers a free program for job-oriented people to help prepare them for the workplace.
Education Matters: Special needs kids paired with general ed students
Special needs kids are being paired with general education students at Rio Vista Middle School in …
The Kinseys art presentation & African American Student Leadership Conference
Two events to kick off African American History Month are being held by the Fresno County …
Education Matters: Mathcounts Competition
The Mathcounts Competition taking place Feb. 9th will showcase some of the brightest brains in the …
Educator of the Week: Sharon Nersesian
FUSD to meet in special session, discussion of "Interim Superintendent"…
The Fresno Unified School District is holding a special meeting Thursday night, possibly discussing…
Business is booming at Kids Cafe
Kids Cafe, a new restaurant in Downtown Fresno has lines out the door since opening two weeks ago.
Poets Enlighten Valley Students Days Before Inauguration
KIDS CAFE IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS
A sign of any new restaurant opening on the Fulton Mall attracts attention, but this one, The Kids …
Education Matters: Cyber security for kids
Do you know what your kids do on social media?
Fresno State serves the richly diverse region of Central California. The U.S. Department of Education designates our university as both a Hispanic-Serving Institution and an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution.
Educational Employees Credit Union (EECU) was founded on April 21, 1934 as Fresno Teachers Credit Union, one of California's first credit unions. In November, 1981, the Board of Directors of Fresno Teachers Credit Union elected to change the name of the credit union to Educational Employees Credit Union to better describe the common bond of the membership served by the credit union. This common bond now includes school employees, students, members of school organizations, and many of their family members in Fresno, Inyo, Kings, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Monterey, San Benito, San Luis Obispo, and Tulare Counties.
Table Mountain Casino is committed to actively supporting the fields of health, welfare and education in our community. We also continue to give back through various other gifts, including sponsorships and donations.