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Watch 'The Education Zone' to Find Out What's Happening in the Livermore Schools

The show is for parents and students in the school districts throughout Tri-Valley

(left to right) Dr. Marshall Kamena, host and TV30 Foundation President; Superintendents Parvin Ahmadi, Pleasanton Unified; Kelly Bowers, Livermore Valley Joint Unified; Dr. Steven Hanke, Dublin Unified. Photo credit: Tri-Valley TV
(left to right) Dr. Marshall Kamena, host and TV30 Foundation President; Superintendents Parvin Ahmadi, Pleasanton Unified; Kelly Bowers, Livermore Valley Joint Unified; Dr. Steven Hanke, Dublin Unified. Photo credit: Tri-Valley TV
Information provided by Tri-Valley TV—

What’s going on in your school district?  Find out from the Superintendents from Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton on “the Education Zone,” a new show airing on Tri-Valley TV28 and 30.  Dr. Marshall Kamena, TV30 Foundation President, is the host of the hour-long program that begins airing on Tuesday, February 4, 2014. 

“The Education Zone,” sponsored by the TV30 Foundation, is aimed at the residents of the Tri-Valley including students, parents of students, and even those living beyond the Tri-Valley,” said Dr. Kamena.  “It’s an opportunity to hear directly from the School Districts' Superintendents as they discuss how they work together.  They will also analyze local and state issues affecting our schools. “In addition, viewers will be able to send in questions to ask the Superintendents by e-mailing them to: edzone@tv30.org.”

On the first edition of the show, Superintendents Dr. Steven Hanke, Dublin Unified School District; Kelly Bowers, Livermore Valley Join Unified School District; and Parvin Ahmadi, Pleasanton Unified School District talk about regionalism, challenges to the district, common core standards, state funding, and other surprise topics affecting schools in the Tri-Valley.

“The Education Zone” may be viewed on Comcast TV Channel 28 and 30 and AT&T U-verse via Channel 99 as well as streaming live on the TV30 website. For air times, visit the Tri-Valley TV website at www.tv30.org.

 

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