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April 16, 2019

by Zadra Rose Ibañez, Director of Operations The Institute for Educational Advancement was honored to be awarded a grant from the Annenberg Foundation to participate in the 2019 cohort of Alchemy Tech, a pilot…

March 26, 2019

by Niña Abonal, Program Manager IEA’s online Gifted Resource Center (GRC) contains an ever-growing and robust listing of over 800 resources appropriate for gifted learners from preschool through high school. We carefully research and…

March 12, 2019

by Nicole Endacott, Program Coordinator  Happy Pi Day! Here are 10 ways to show your appreciation for everyone’s favorite irrational number on March 14th: 1.Make art  Create a city skyline, colorful web, or bracelet…

March 5, 2019

by Nicole LaChance, Marketing & Communications Coordinator I am a big fan of the podcast renaissance that’s been happening the past few years. While I’m driving, walking or cooking, I can learn about new…

February 12, 2019

By Emily Vesper, Yunasa West Camper Whenever I try to tell my friends back in California about the week I’ve spent in Colorado every summer for the past three years, words fall just short….

January 22, 2019

by Hillary Jade, Program Manager It’s hard to believe, but we’re already well into the new year: 2019. Despite heavy rains – much-needed and welcomed throughout Los Angeles County – in IEA’s home city…

December 26, 2018

Here were the Institute for Educational Advancement’s top blog posts in 2018: How to Prepare to Apply for the Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship An explanation of what it means to be highly sensitive, as…

December 11, 2018

By Amélie Buc, 2015 Caroline D. Bradley Scholar If someone had asked me before my ninth grade summer if I knew what Artificial Intelligence was, I would have talked about Ava in the film…

December 4, 2018

By Anita Russell, Academy Teacher There are many things I love about IEA Academy. The most important things to me are the freedoms the program offers its instructors that I did not have at…

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