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Educate78 is transforming public education to dramatically improve outcomes for historically underserved students and families.

They support the creation of high quality public schools and programs and the policies that enable them by strengthening practices to attract and retain teachers and principals, and amplify the voices of families throughout Oakland.


To become the go-to source for people seeking information on Oakland public education at the district or charter level. Educate78 wanted to showcase their unique qualities and provide resources and information to help stakeholders make informed decisions. The design had to establish credibility and showcase a positive and professional image of the organization. In addition to looking great, the site needed to be easy to manage and mobile friendly. Overall, E78 wanted the site to inspire visitors to share content and sign up for updates.


A responsive WordPress website with interactive features that tells the Educate78 story. The new site really pops and is easy-to-use. It runs fast and flows well with simple navigation, high impact design and best practice SEO implementations. The blog is the centerpiece of the site and is a tool that distributes facts, events and stories. The site is packed with integrations and now collects more data to help E78 fundraise and target constituents.  Most importantly, visitors now understand that E78 is an important part of Oakland public education. We continue to work with Educate78 by providing ongoing security and maintenance for the website.

“State Creative’s level of detail and professionalism made it so easy to work with them.

They are excellent at turning around urgent changes very quickly—such as when we sent out a marketing email and find out one of the blogs isn’t updating or the links aren’t working—even though they’re not a 24-hour service.

Lastly, their work is error-free every time. I’ve always been impressed with their ability to take our requirements over the phone and turn them into something beautiful.”