Morning Read: State threatening schools over vaccinations
LA School Report | January 22, 2016
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LAUSD not concerned about state’s threat of penalties
California wants more kids vaccinated and says it will financially penalize schools admitting a high percentage of kindergartners who were overdue for measles vaccine.
KPCC, by Rebecca Plevin
Moving control of schools could save state millions, lawmaker says
One lawmaker thinks the best way to improve your child’s education and save the state money is by moving control of your child’s school from a local district to a county wide district.
KWCH, by Pilar Pedraza
Charter school teammates shooting for greatness off the basketball court
Basketball team charts success stories in widely popular educational program at Sylmar PUC Lakeview Charter.
Los Angeles Times, by Eric Sondheimer
L.A. charter plan needs a healthy district
Advocates of the Los Angeles reform initiative have pivoted away from the original design to convert at least half the district’s schools to charters.
EdWeek, by Charles Taylor Kerchner
Most Utahns uninterested in buying classroom computers for every student
Only about 1 in 3 of those surveyed believe the state should provide individual digital devices.
The Salt Lake City Tribune, by Benjamin Wood