Morning Read: LAUSD creates filming content guidelines
LA School Report | November 4, 2015
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LAUSD to ask film crews about nudity, drug use, weapons
Film crews requesting permits to film at schools will be required to complete a checklist detailing 13 different types of content.
NBC, by Jenna Susko
California’s attorney general investigates the online charter school industry
Students at virtual charter schools lag significantly behind their peers in brick-and-mortar classrooms, sparking big worries among education advocates.
Buzzfeed, by Molly Hensley-Clancy
As transgender students make gains, schools hesitate at bathrooms
Many schools have developed policies that require transgender students to use private changing and showering facilities, drawing opposition.
New York Times, by Julie Bosman and Motoko Rich
What to do about texting in class, according to 11 teachers
Each teacher seems to have his or her own method for handling phones.
Los Angeles Times, by Daniela Gerson
State’s most remote schools getting online, finally
The kids in Inyo County’s Death Valley School District – all 40 of them – can look forward to finally having Internet access.
Cabinet Report, by Kimberly Beltran