Morning Read: Parents want Valley schools near gas leak relocated
LA School Report | December 14, 2015
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Protesters call for immediate shutdown of Porter Ranch gas field
Parents at a rally called upon the Los Angeles Unified School District to relocate two Porter Ranch elementary schools located just over a mile from a leaking well.
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The Next Generation Science Standards have in many ways been overshadowed by the Common Core.
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CA approves tougher teacher training standards to help mainstreaming
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing will require all future teachers to learn techniques proven to foster the success of students with disabilities.
EdSource, by Jane Meredith Adams
How Congress finally killed No Child Left Behind
This year’s work to rewrite No Child Left Behind, the country’s overarching education law, started the day after the 2014 midterm elections.
Politico, by Maggie Severns
State should revamp education master plan, report says
A new report suggests admission to the most popular campuses is out of reach for all but the most qualified students.
Los Angeles Times, by Carla Rivera
Rapid response unit aims to counter criticisms of Teach for America
The campaign aims to counter attacks on Teach for America’s image, which some people loyal to the program think has been damaged.
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