Monthly Archives: August 2018

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has volu

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has volunteered to help break through a stalemate in contract talks between the nation’s second-largest school system and its teachers union. #CAEdPolitics http://ow.ly/bJ7z30lCuRA

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Create networks of schools that will wor

Create networks of schools that will work together, with help from experts, to solve problems — and then share strategies and research. http://ow.ly/wtLf30lCuNo

Candidates for State Superintendent of P

Candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction agree that the time has come to review California’s quarter-century-old charter school law. #CAEdPolitics http://ow.ly/j6Eu30lCuFz

#AB2808 increases the LCFF and funds Cal

#AB2808 increases the LCFF and funds California K–12 public schools at a level that is equal to, or above, the average of the top 10 states nationally by 2025 and, at a minimum, to maintain this level of funding indefinitely. http://ow.ly/DqI030lBASo

RT @InstituteforSEL: What SEL skills do

RT @InstituteforSEL: What SEL skills do you need to talk about race in classrooms? Here are 3 of them. https://t.co/ylXS5ZlbgY Which other skills do you think are essential? #SEL #socialjustice #equity

Tony Thurmond, a Democratic state legisl

Tony Thurmond, a Democratic state legislator, has the support of the state’s teachers’ union, the California Teachers Association. Marshall Tuck, an education advocate who ran for the job in 2014 but lost, is backed by the state’s charter sector. http://ow.ly/QIS230lzx3A

When district officials voted not to ren

When district officials voted not to renew the charter, they cited Guidance’s lagging academic performance as their primary concern. http://ow.ly/DdpW30lzwwf

Black students attending school in LAUSD

Black students attending school in LAUSD are often confronted with teachers who view them as “ticking time bombs, chronic screw-ups who are intellectually incapable of pursuing a college degree.” http://ow.ly/RbUm30lwZiS

Beginning in the 2019–20 fiscal year, CA

Beginning in the 2019–20 fiscal year, CA shall begin to provide increases to the LCFF and fund K–12 public schools at a level that is equal to, or above, the average of the top 10 states nationally by 2025 … #NewLaw http://ow.ly/s5dG30ltQy8

RT @hatchdw: #PositiveRelationships & #P

RT @hatchdw: #PositiveRelationships & #PhysicalActivity … two ways #HealthyAfterschool can support #SEL #SEAD ⭐️ https://t.co/AXGHQVq99p @AspenSEAD @HealthierGen @HOSTcoalition @NatlAfterSchool @NRPA_news @TEAMBOOST @ngcproject