RT @TEAMBOOST: This Supreme Court Case M

RT @TEAMBOOST: This Supreme Court Case Made School District Lines A Tool For Segregation – Disadvantaged districts in these cross-district comparisons receive, on average, about $4,200 less per student than their wealthier neighbors. https://t.co/Si6KD7NbxT


MT @LAUSD_PLLD: with @BTBLA and the Divi

MT @LAUSD_PLLD: with @BTBLA and the Division of Instruction to present at the #CAMTSS on our work around Multi-Tiered System of Support, Social Emotional Learning (SEL), and Out of School Time (OST). Also heard from amazing speakers @LDH_ed @TonyThurmond https://t.co/b7X5cfMYKg

RT @FERPASherpa: The role of data in imp

RT @FERPASherpa: The role of data in improving #schoolsafety is complex. What state and local leaders need to know via @rachelbarrer7 @EdDataCampaign: https://t.co/humoWoNPkl https://t.co/hu3zBov7Qy

#Summer program for migrant students @LA

#Summer program for migrant students @LASchools new story by @Telemundo52 (spanish). #MEP http://ow.ly/pipC30pbXyF

…open future LAUSD board elections to

…open future LAUSD board elections to “all parents, legal guardians, or caregivers of a child residing within the boundaries of Los Angeles Unified,” including parents who are not American citizens and those living in the U.S. without legal authorization http://ow.ly/I24g30p601r

“The children come first. At the end of

“The children come first. At the end of the day, we have to make sure that the resources needed to protect the children are available,” Pelosi said in a statement to Democrats before the vote. http://ow.ly/wEkR30p1R9W

…the board then chose to hire someone

…the board then chose to hire someone like Austin Beutner, who has had absolutely no experience in the classroom or running schools, but comes from a corporate and business background. http://ow.ly/hw2X30p1QB1

RT @ValaAfshar: I would rather have ques

RT @ValaAfshar: I would rather have questions that can’t be answered than answers that can’t be questioned.

—Professor Richard Feynman https://t.co/deIyH6xlMj

Here’s what we know — and don’t know — a

Here’s what we know — and don’t know — about what to expect next year for high-needs students, teacher contract promises, lowest-performing schools and parent engagement efforts. http://ow.ly/1hys30p0SOZ

In all, 61 employees will lose jobs; 188

In all, 61 employees will lose jobs; 188 will be demoted and get lower pay; 537 will be reassigned but not lose pay. The anticipated savings is $42 million in the central office. http://ow.ly/91im30oYhAy