The gift of education

With love and Valentine’s Day on the horizon…
There is no greater gift than the gift of education~a process not a product.
Our complimentary phone consultations will resume starting tomorrow, February 1st.

Go to our home page, and click on ‘Schedule an appointment.’
Buckley Education~
Educational Solutions for Families, K-12+
Credentialed, Licensed Educational Counselors

Buckley Ed/St. Mary’s College Visit~The Pride in Professional Development

We at Buckley Education pride ourselves in being experts in our field. Thank you to Saint Mary’s College of California for hosting our very own Lisa Kraft, M.S., PPS, CEP for an informative visit last Friday. The Buckley Education team travels nationally and internationally visiting schools. We owe it to our clients to gain first-hand knowledge of the opportunities and possibilities that exist. Stay tuned for more!

 

A Professional School Counselor Must Have a PPS Credential~Does Yours?

To be a Professional School Counselor in California, one needs to possess a valid Pupil Personnel Service Credential.
A PPS Credential authorizes service with students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade.
Buckley Education is a private entity that proudly requires its counselors to hold this certification in addition to a minimum of 5 years of work within the school system and a Masters Degree in Counseling.
Is your Educational Consultant credentialed and licensed? One’s educational journey is of the utmost importance and shouldn’t it be guided by a trained expert?

For more information on a PPS Credential, please visit:

https://www.ctc.ca.gov/docs/default-source/leaflets/cl606c.pdf?sfvrsn=0&fbclid=IwAR0k3yddHinVPMnt1Ikz-fhd3Nmth5CVF3W2jhtxVyHzDaXJ2oA5GL8lBQ8

Our colleague’s good work…the Sojourn Project

Buckley Education proudly shares information about a fellow colleague’s California based, non-profit program that immerses middle and high school students in the Civil Rights Movement. The @sojournproject empowers young people’s voices and search for purpose while instilling 3 ways to think and act differently.
1. Apply Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Six Principles of Nonviolence in your home, school, community, and life.
2. Remove hurtful language from your vocabulary.
3. Confront bad behavior. Speak up. Don’t be a silent witness to injustice. For more information, visit:
http://www.sojournproject.org