Monday, February 10, 2020

CABE Members Promote Bilingual Education through Various Activities

Since 2017, Christopher Bianco Arellano has served as executive director of Tri-City Educators in Los Angeles. Prior to launching his career as an organizer and consultant for local education groups, Christopher Bianco Arellano earned a doctorate in organizational leadership from Pepperdine University. During his time at the university, he was active in Pepperdine's chapter of the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE), which, in March 2019, honored him with its Visionary Alumnus Award.

For the past 12 years, CABE of Pepperdine has held its annual Visionary Alumnus Award Reception to honor alumni like Christopher B. Arellano who have made outstanding contributions to their communities and the field of multicultural and multilingual education. At each reception, CABE representatives join with Pepperdine students, faculty, alumni, and friends to recognize the award recipient and celebrate the work of all educators and community leaders focused on advancing inclusive education in Los Angeles County and beyond.

In addition to hosting the Visionary Award Reception and other local events, CABE of Pepperdine members take part in various CABE activities throughout California. These include events for parents, teachers, and administrators as well as intensive learning institutes for educators, principals, and others involved in biliteracy education programs.

CABE also hosts its annual conference, which features a multi-day program comprising hundreds of workshops and learning sessions for educators at the pre-k, elementary, middle school, high school, and university levels. The organization's 2020 Annual Conference will take place April 8-11 in San Francisco.

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