More Schools Rush to Embrace Change in LA Unified*
*Oops. In a previous version of this story the chart mistakenly used “district control” instead of “district autonomy,” reversing the meaning of the graphic. Apologies to our readers. The Los Angeles public school landscape is undergoing an unmistakable shift, with schools adopting new models that ultimately will result in students getting more choices. In a...
By LA School Report | August 20, 2013
Morning Read, 7-26-12: Stick a Pin In It
Well, late-morning reading, anyway. • LAUSD is giving schools more options to have various levels of autonomy from the district, saying it will help teachers and administrators move away from a “one-size-fits-all” approach to education. It’s another example of how the charter school movement is placing competitive pressure on LAUSD to diversify, experiment and improve....
By Hillel Aron | July 26, 2012