Charter, district schools team up to offer dual-immersion ‘unconference’
The principals of a charter and a district elementary school that share a Baldwin Village location have teamed up to bring dual-language educators together this weekend to learn from each other and share best practices, strategies and resources. About 60 educators from the LA area have signed up to attend Saturday’s free half-day “unconference,” in...
By LA School Report | March 10, 2016
Commentary: Why CA’s ‘Multilingual Education Act’ matters: Politics, language and Los Angeles’ future
As the presidential primaries enter their hothouse phase, one 2016 election lesson is clear: the United States’ demographic shifts are more politically important now than in other recent contests. Of course, this new diversity has been coming for some time — much of it driven by immigration patterns and low birth rates among native-born Americans....
By LA School Report | February 29, 2016