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LA School Report | April 29, 2015

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Man sentenced to prison for theft of thousands of textbooks
Corey Frederick was sentenced to five years and eight months in prison and ordered to repay $793,306 to the Los Angeles Unified School District. Santa Cruz Sentinel

School boards and administrators oppose teacher evaluation bills
A fundamental disagreement over granting teachers the power to negotiate all aspects of evaluations, including whether to use student test scores as a factor, could doom prospects for passage. Ed Source

Charter schools’ latest innovation: Keeping teachers happy
As the charter school movement comes of age, school leaders are realizing that stability and consistency matter. Slate

Delay coming to science frameworks
The recession interrupted California’s prior schedule for systematically updating education standards. SI&A Cabinet Report

Research: Short online interventions can improve student achievement
The researchers found that students’ grade point averages increased after only two 45-minute sessions. The Journal

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