Monthly Archives: April 2018

Take a look at the presentation topics f

Take a look at the presentation topics for the 2nd Annual Los Angeles Social Emotional Learning Conference, May 24th. http://ow.ly/aoEh30jBtJX

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RT @AEIeducation: REPORT | After control

RT @AEIeducation: REPORT | After controlling for test scores, CTE course takers have higher high school graduation rates, overall educational attainment, or earning. @collinhitt @AlbertxCheng https://t.co/DB9eBqosQK

Though he does not have a background in

Though he does not have a background in education, the former investment banker has in the last year examined some of the district’s intractable problems… http://ow.ly/leRe30jxE9v

Perhaps the biggest asset is the AVID pr

Perhaps the biggest asset is the AVID program, (Advancement Via Individual Determination), an elective class at several middle and high schools http://ow.ly/bGGS30jw945

Qualities that make a great teacher, lik

Qualities that make a great teacher, like patience and sympathy, are not typically associated with men. By modeling these character traits, male teachers can shape their students’ ethical compass and might even inspire them to become teachers themselves. http://ow.ly/RJUa30jweAZ

This new accountability and school impro

This new accountability and school improvement tool reflects what parents and families from all backgrounds and PTAs across the state have long been saying: Educating students is complex work and many different things affect their success. http://ow.ly/8tHY30jw8R7

Alarmed by fake news, schools push media

Alarmed by fake news, schools push media literacy http://ow.ly/H26930jwfEp

California teachers saw a modest pay bum

California teachers saw a modest pay bump in 2017,​ with average teacher pay approaching $80,000, new state figures show http://ow.ly/owZ030jwevP

State updates school data: here’s how th

State updates school data: here’s how the school dashboard works http://ow.ly/gan730jw4sB

One out of every seven students in the L

One out of every seven students in the Los Angeles Unified School District — more than 80,000 kids — missed more than three weeks of classes http://ow.ly/wYbG30jt0nl