Morning Read: LAUSD board sees first superintendent candidates
LA School Report | December 7, 2015
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Board starts the superintendent screening process
Except for brief periods to open and close the meeting, the entire session was conducted out of public view, and no announcement was made at the conclusion.
Los Angeles Times, by Howard Blume
Amid national change, Fresno Unified touts rare accountability system
While a national shift in the way public schools are held accountable looms, Fresno Unified officials are confident they already are doing it right.
Fresno Bee, by MacKenzie Mays
Call for school districts to report foster student transfers
A coalition of advocates for foster students is calling for new requirements on districts to report the frequency that foster children change schools.
Cabinet Report, by Tom Chorneau
High-poverty schools often staffed by rotating cast of substitutes
In the troubled schools that serve some of the nation’s neediest children, it is not uncommon for classrooms to churn with substitutes.
Washington Post, by Emma Brown
Ed reform bill provides increased support for early childhood education
The bill makes permanent a grant program for early education.
EdSource, by Susan Frey
Long Beach Unified aims to keep children out of juvenile hall
A Juvenile Day Reporting Center operated by the probation department opened in September.
Los Angeles Daily News, by Sarah Favot