Policy Analysis for California Education 2140 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94704 UC Berkeley, Stanford and USC joined forces to create PACE, Policy Analysis for California Education, a non-partisan…More research center providing systematic analysis of the Californian educational system. It publishes its research, works with school districts, provides expert testimony to policy makers and offers seminars on its findings in the hope of advancing the best practices in education policy.
Imaja 2409 Parker St, Berkeley, CA94704 Imaja is a creative software company. It publishes graphics, animation, music and educational software. Its offerings…More are used for graphic design, video and multimedia production, higher education and secondary education, music performance, business and presentation on Apple Macintosh, Mac OS X and Mac OS 9. The business was founded by Greg Jalbert.
Center For Continuing Education 2840 College Ave, Berkeley, CA94705 The Center For Continuing Education provides a variety of legal services. It specializes in everything from legal…More education to general attorney services. The center also provides both classes and mobile audio lessons for attorneys.
Polaris Education & Guidance 2428 Roosevelt Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 Polaris is an educational non-profit that uses adventure activities as a medium to help individuals, educators and…More students learn about themselves, others, and reach their full potential. It offers services for schools, organizations, administrators and youth including mentor development. Check its website for a complete explanation of what Polaris does and how to plan an outing.
Tibetan Nyingma Institute 1815 Highland Pl, Berkeley, CA94709 Tibetan Nyingma Institute is a Buddhist education center which offers classes, workshops and retreats to individuals…More seeking enlightenment and spiritual guidance. Courses include topics such as Buddhist Studies, meditation, psychology, Tibetan Yoga, Tibetan Language and more. It also offers continuing education programs for lawyers, therapists and social workers, providing valuable supplemental learning for industry professionals. It is an approved continuing legal education provider by the State Bar of California.
Center for The Education of The Infant Deaf 1035 Grayson St, Berkeley, CA94710 In a nicely secluded corner of Grayson Street just before it crosses the bustling San Pablo Avenue is the modest…More building for the Center for the Education of the Infant Deaf. The Center for the Education for the Infant Deaf is an early intervention program for babies who have a hearing impairment or severe language and speech delays. Applying what they have termed as a "total communication" approach which includes the simultaneous and consistent use of spoken English, hearing aids, and signing English at the Center for the Education of the Infant Deaf insures their policy for teaching to the child's strengths and making learning meaningful.
Montessori Family School 1850 Scenic Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 For more than a century, schools around the world have used the educational system developed by Italian educator Maria…More Montessori that provides an individualized education stressing creativity and independence. Montessori Family School takes these teachings and gives them a modern spin, incorporating current research into their methods. This campus serves preschool students, and a sister school in El Cerrito takes elementary/middle school students up to age 12. Financial aid is available.
Berkeley Public Education Foundation 1835 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA94703 The Berkeley Public Education Foundation brings together parents, teachers, volunteers and donors to enrich the…More experience of Berkeley public school students. With the donations received, it provides grants for field trips, visits from creative types, expands libraries and funds teacher improvement programs.
DaVinci Day Camp 1700 Shattuck Ave # 305, Berkeley, CA94709 A division of Education Unlimited, DaVinci Day Camp offers engaging and…More educational summer camp programs for children from kindergarten through fifth grade. DaVinci hosts programs throughout the Bay Area that explore reading, writing, science, engineering, art, drama and public speaking.
Education Unlimited 1681 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94709 Education Unlimited is a California-based private company specializing in academic camps and precollege summer camps for…More students in 4th through 12th grade. The company started in 1993 as a college-prep program; now its programs range from writing and acting to public speaking and science camps. Camps are held in many locations throughout California as well as Massachusetts.
Spin Your World 101 Sproul Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 Once a week, this nonprofit student group meets on campus to discuss ways to advance popular education and participatory…More research for social change. It is affiliated with the Program for Democratic Education at Cal, which operates a class called Spin Your World, for which the theme is "question everything." All are invited to participate in the meetings, work on projects they're interested in and to suggest new projects for the group to take on.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church 2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA94704 St. Mark's Episcopal Church is on Bancroft just across the street from UC Berkeley’s main campus. The church…More welcomes students and everyone else to join in worship services. The church's focus is on education, social justice and its choral liturgy. It offers hot meals for the hungry and religious education classes.
Anna Head Annex 2537 Haste St, Berkeley, CA94704 The U.C. Berkeley Early Childhood Education program, which receives university and state funding, has childcare services…More at the annex of the Anna Head school. Preschool for the children of U.C. students, faculty and staff, ages 18 months to 30 months, is available. Application is through the U.C. Berkeley Early Childhood Education program.
Health & Human Resource Education Center 2288 Fulton St, Berkeley, CA94704 The Health & Human Resource Education Center oversees the Health Through Art: Signs of Recovery Project and the…More Black Women's Media Project. The former uses art work to help Alameda County residents with drug and alcohol problems; the latter publicizes the risks of alcohol abuse and counteracts pro-alcohol messages aimed at black women.
Kaplan Education 150 Berkeley Sq, Berkeley, CA94704 Located in the center of Shattuck Avenue on Berkley Square with several restaurants, grocery stores, book stores, retail…More boutiques, and two BART stations within walking distance, stands the high-tech home to Kaplan Education. Kaplan features online and private tutoring for grades from kindergarten through eighth grade. Although private tutoring currently is available only in New York, its online learning program is available nationwide and has more than 1,000 hours of interactive math and reading lessons. Kaplan Education also features college test prep programs for AP and SAT exams.