Monthly Archives: February 2018

RT @pdkintl: We all agree on the need fo

RT @pdkintl: We all agree on the need for after-school programs — or do we? A #pdkpoll perspective by @dorieturnernolt. @afterschool4all @ASASafterschool @Strategies360 @JoshuaPStarr @PDKJoan


School board member McKenna said, I rema

School board member McKenna said, I remain concerned about the performance of regular district and Partnership schools. Yes, there’s growth, but ultimately it means there are still 80 percent of the students who are not prepared… @LASchoolReport @antonio4ca @MarshallTuck

Register to Attend the Transforming Prac

Register to Attend the Transforming Practice Social Emotional Learning Conference. #SEL

RT @Getting_Smart: Formative assessment

RT @Getting_Smart: Formative assessment is a process, not an event. #HowIKnow

RT @jfenster: 4 CA senators — Portantin

RT @jfenster: 4 CA senators — Portantino, Allen, Glazer, Hill — propose raising LCFF base by $1 billion beyond @JerryBrownGov budget: “Reasonable” proposal and in line w/what districts say they want, says @Portantino

Social-emotional learning programs have

Social-emotional learning programs have positive long-term effects, helping students well into their futures in areas like college completion and sexual and mental health.

Students who take career and technical e

Students who take career and technical education courses during their junior or senior year in high school are 1.5 percent more likely to graduate on time and 1.6 percent less likely to drop out of high school for each CTE course taken…

Participation in high-quality early chil

Participation in high-quality early childhood education has persistent effects on academic performance and might save a lot of money for school districts

RT @caselorg: ASCD blog: Student disenga

RT @caselorg: ASCD blog: Student disengagement disguised as discipline problems—and what to do about it.

A study group overseen by Chief Deputy S

A study group overseen by Chief Deputy State Superintendent Glen Price released preliminary recommendations that would thrust school climate and conditions to the forefront of the state’s school improvement and accountability system.