Morning Read: LAUSD wins grant to develop ‘learning mindsets’
LA School Report | October 15, 2015
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Long Beach, Los Angeles win grants to develop ‘learning mindsets’
Both districts have been systematically developing learning or “growth” mindsets, which are the skills that teach students how to think and learn.
EdSource, by John Fensterwald
How an LAUSD school is providing cleaner air for its students
Students at Murchison Street Elementary School in Boyle Heights are breathing cleaner air.
City News Service
Feds ready new regs on teacher prep programs
Expectations are that Arne Duncan will release a controversial rewrite of regulations governing teacher preparation programs before leaving office.
Cabinet Report, by Tom Chorneau
Sex Ed lesson: ‘Yes means yes,’ but it’s tricky
With Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature, California became the first state to require that all high school health education classes give lessons on affirmative consent.
New York Times, by Jennifer Medina
CEQA ruling upends school closure plans
A recent court decision in a case aimed at overturning the closure of two schools in California should serve as a warning to other districts, according to lawyers.
Cabinet Report, by by Alisha Kirby
Tennessee county closes schools, cites Obamacare as reason
Classes in a small, financially struggling school district in northern Tennessee have been canceled until officials can find a way to generate more revenue.