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Morning Read: Brown approves ‘yes means yes’ for high schools

LA School Report | October 2, 2015



Governor approves ‘yes means yes’ sexual education for high schools
Jerry Brown approved legislation making California the first state in the nation to bring lessons about sexual consent required at many colleges into high schools. Associated Press, by Lisa Leff


How the Department of Education’s top salaries stack up
New York Department of Education’s top earners are compared to LAUSD and other school districts. NY Chalkbeat, by Geoff Decker


NASA picks STEM partners to get $42M in education cash
The agency selected 27 science organizations, museums and universities to receive a chunk of the $42 million to expand their science program for children of all ages. FedScoop, by Corinne Lestch


Malibu issues command Santa Monica school board attention 
The school board will consider making another tweak to the school district’s agreement with the state Department of Toxic Substances Control. Santa Monica Daily Press, by Jeff Goodman


The story behind the test: Let’s gear up, not give up
Schools simply don’t have adequate resources to make this monumental shift to deeper learning that Common Core demands. Huffington Post, by Ama Nyamekye


LAUSD strives to implement anti-sexting campaign, sex education
Independent charter schools are required only to meet California Department of Education (CDE) standards, which do not require schools to teach sex education. Park LaBrea News, by Jessie Lingenfelter

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