Morning Read: LCAPs becoming complex bureaucratic exercise
LA School Report | October 29, 2015
District accountability plans mushroom in size and complexity
The burgeoning size of the LCAPs is raising questions about whether after just two years in existence they are turning into a daunting bureaucratic exercise.
EdSource, By Michael Collier and Louis Freedberg
L.A. teachers weigh in on discipline in reaction to South Carolina case
The South Carolina episode has teachers in Los Angeles reflecting on their own classroom discipline encounters.
Los Angeles Times, by Jason Song and Howard Blume
Pasadena Unified at impasse with union over teacher’s salaries
Disagreements over salary increases have deadlocked negotiations between the Pasadena Unified School District and its teachers union.
Pasadena Star-News, by Jason Henry
Compton school board president says schools made major turnaround
Micah Ali, current school board president, said Compton schools are a great American success story.
NBC Los Angeles, by Ted Chen and Heather Navarro
LAUSD should pay $5 million each to abused boys, attorneys argue
LAUSD should pay two boys sexually abused by their elementary school teacher more than $5 million each, their attorneys told jurors Wednesday.
Los Angeles Times, by Teresa Watanabe
7 percent of U.S. kids have had a parent in jail
Findings from Child Trends — a nonprofit based in Maryland — explores “the prevalence of parental incarceration and child outcomes associated with it.”
PBS, by Colleen Shalby