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St. Margaret’s Plays Host to CATDC Teaching Foundations Program
Overall, six members of St. Margaret’s professional community attended the Teaching Foundations event.
More than 25 educators from around Southern California were in San Juan Capistrano over four days earlier this month, as St. Margaret’s played host to the California Teacher Development Collaborative’s “Teaching Foundations” event.
The Teaching Foundations program is designed to support the growth and success of all teachers—particularly those in their early years at independent schools—by focusing on foundational areas of teaching.
St. Margaret’s Head of School Dr. Jeneen Graham is on the Board of Directors for CATDC, and St. Margaret’s Director of Equity and Inclusion Victor Cota served as a facilitator for the event. Overall, six members of St. Margaret’s professional community attended the Teaching Foundations event.
CATDC is a California-based program that creates transformative learning experiences with educators, supporting dynamic collaborations that center equity, spark innovation and foster impactful teaching and leadership.
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