Tag: los angeles

$27 Million in Literacy and Biliteracy Supports for CA Students

California state superintendent of public instruction Tony Thurmond has announced a new $27 million digital literacy partnership...

Opinion: Ready for the World

Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and its new superintendent, former Miami-Dade boss Alberto Carvalho, recently unveiled their new strategic plan for the next four years, titled “Ready for the World,” which is exactly...

Free Access to Japanese Materials

JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles, a Japanese cultural destination in the heart of Hollywood, has expanded its resources to include an extensive digital library with more than 900 titles. Readers can now explore their passions...

Spain’s Prime Minister Promotes Spanish in Los Angeles

At the opening of the newest Instituto Cervantes, housed at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Spain’s prime minister Pedro Sánchez highlighted the potential of Spanish and its cultures in the U.S., stressing...

L.A. Strike Sets Tone for Funding, Charters

Weakening of districts and unions through increased ‘charterization’ was at the heart of the dispute Now that the teachers’ strike in the nation’s second largest school district (Los Angeles Unified-LAUSD) with the highest number (over...

Dual Language Could ‘Save’ LA Schools

According to speakers at last month’s meeting of Los Angeles Unified School District’s (LAUSD’s) Early Childhood Education and Parent Engagement Committee, early dual-language programs may prove to be the best way to ensure a...
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