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Rainbow Resource Center Added to Our Home School Online Ordering System

Visions In Education is committed to improving our service offerings…
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Visions Students’ Poems Included Inside Sacramento RT Buses

On Friday, October 7 two of our students that participated in…
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Visions Chosen to Receive Staples Foundation Grant!

Each year the Staples Foundation allows their associates around…
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Visions is Proud to Sponsor the Walk4Literacy

Recognizing the importance of fighting illiteracy in our community,…
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Connect with Us!

Did you know Visions is on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and…
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Curriculum Ordering at Visions has never been easier!

Visions In Education is committed to improving the experience…
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Visions Graduate to Compete for Team USA in 2016 Olympics

It was a goal she set while still a student at Visions In Education.…
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Visions Student Organizes and Inspires Amazing Can Drive

By Bethany Harris and Divya Joseph  Visions student, 11-year-old…
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Video Contest Finalists Selected: You Pick The Winner!

Visions In Education hosted a video contest inviting students…
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Visions Student Interviewed by StoryCorps

The Visions In Education Find Your Voice Writing program continues…
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Visions In Education Students Compete on America's Got Talent

By Divya Joseph Some of the most unique learning experiences…
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Visions Helps Student Turn Bad Situation into Success

By Divya Joseph For some students a few missed assignments…