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LAUSD Board Elections: A School Divided

LAUSD Board Elections: A School Divided

In the charter-versus-public schools fight, I'm firmly on the side of public schools. But in Los Angeles and everywhere else, we really shouldn't be having this fight at all.
Introduction to Data Science: An Authentic Approach to 21st Century Learning

Introduction to Data Science: An Authentic Approach to 21st Century Learning

Data is everywhere but how does an individual or company use it to their benefit. A group of UCLA and LAUSD educators are using an innovative "real life" approach with high school ...
L.A. Stories from Woodbury University

L.A. Stories from Woodbury University

This week L.A. Letters shares some of the observations, insights, and research generated by our students from the "L.A. Stories" class at Woodbury University.
Lights On! Song Sheds Light on Local Control Funding Formula

Lights On! Song Sheds Light on Local Control Funding Formula

Local Control Funding Formula. The term sounds so abstract that it can be difficult to imagine how it would directly impact the lives of millions of K-12 students throughout the St ...
How Can A Peer Mentoring Program Help Students Succeed Academically?

How Can A Peer Mentoring Program Help Students Succeed Academically?

We want to connect with younger students to share our experiences, and let them know that not too long ago, we were in their shoes.
How Can a School Garden Promote Healthy Eating in South El Monte?

How Can a School Garden Promote Healthy Eating in South El Monte?

"A good way high school students can better understand healthier food choices is through the creation of a school garden, so the knowledge learned at school can be taken home and s ...
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