LAUSD boots up credit recovery courses at start of new school year
LA Unified is wasting no time in getting students with poor or failing marks into its online credit recovery program at the start of the new school year. A district communications representative confirmed that credit recovery began right away for any student who earned a D or F in a course now being offered through the...
By Craig Clough and Sarah Favot | August 31, 2016 3:25 pm
Excelentes escuelas públicas develan un plan para financiar la expansión de escuelas exitosas que prestarán servicios a 160,000 estudiantes de bajos recursos en la.
Un emprendimiento masivo para aumentar el acceso a una educación de alta calidad para decenas de miles de estudiantes de bajos recursos en Los Angeles fue revelado hoy a través de un esperado plan de Great Public Schools Now (GPSN, Excelentes Escuelas Públicas Ahora), una organización sin fines de lucro que recibe una buena cantidad...
By Craig Clough and Sarah Favot | June 17, 2016 10:09 am
LA education leaders react to Great Public Schools Now’s plan to expand successful schools
The much-anticipated Great Public Schools Now (GPSN) plan to expand successful schools in the Los Angeles area was released today, and education leaders are weighing in. GPSN says it will fund the expansion and replication of successful schools in 10 high-needs neighborhoods, including charter schools, magnet schools, pilot schools and Partnership for Los Angeles Schools...
By Craig Clough and Sarah Favot | June 15, 2016 4:27 pm
JUST IN: Great Public Schools Now unveils plan to fund expansion of successful schools to serve 160,000 low-income LA students
*UPDATED A massive undertaking to increase access to high-quality education for tens of thousands of low-income students in Los Angeles was revealed today in a long-awaited plan by Great Public Schools Now, a well-funded nonprofit organization formed last year. The goal is to expand access for 160,000 students GPSN has identified as attending failing schools in 10...
By Craig Clough and Sarah Favot | June 15, 2016 6:00 am