Catholic bishop and county superintendents announce partnership

Bishop Alberto Rojas, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Ted Alejandre and Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Edwin Gomez discovered this year that they have several key areas of mutual concern, most notably the importance of early literacy to educational success.The three leaders have committed to work together in providing a program to Catholic families to boost early literacy.Rojas, who took leadership of the Diocese of San Bernardino in late 2020, met separately with Alejandre and Gomez this year to make acquaintances and discuss mutual priorities. What emerged was a shared desire to give families the tools they need to help their children get off to a good start in their educational journey. Both county offices of education offer the Footsteps2Brillance ea
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.