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Morning Read: LAUSD teacher accused of racism returns to class

LA School Report | March 26, 2015



Brentwood teacher accused of racism returning to class
Steven Carnine was not allowed to teach at Paul Revere Charter Middle School after claims were made against him by the parent of an eighth grader. NBC Los Angeles


Classes combining kindergarten, transitional kindergarten pose challenges
Beginning in 2012-13, legislators pushed back the entry date for kindergarten and phased in transitional kindergarten for the youngest students. Ed Source


Commentary: California rightly revisits its tough-on-youth-crime stance
A 1990 anti-crime ballot measure made life-without-parole sentences the norm for killers, and many other offenders, under 18. Los Angeles Times


Three cheers for failure! Wait, what?
An education technology conference offers “lessons learned” as guidance that helps school leaders avoid mistakes. The Hechinger Report


Largest teachers union already involved in 2016 presidential race
The National Education Association, the largest U.S. teachers union, has already jumped into the 2016 presidential race. The Huffington Post

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