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LA School Report | June 1, 2015



Editorial: The governor who didn’t bark
Twenty-three months later, it is difficult to not be deeply cynical about what’s happened to the Local Control Funding Formula. U-T San Diego


School may be the best place to address PTSD
A lawsuit alleges that California’s Compton Unified School District has failed to properly address its students’ experiences of trauma. Huffington Post


Blue-collar town leads Rhode Island’s tech-assisted learning revolution
Nearly all of Rhode Island’s public school districts and charter schools are experimenting with technology in classrooms to some degree. Hechinger Report


Native American students In Utah getting referred to police at high rate
Native American children in the state were more likely to get referred to law enforcers or arrested at school than any other student group. iSchoolGuide


Teacher who read homoerotic Ginsberg poem in class resigns
Nearly a half-century after publication, an Allen Ginsberg poem about a homosexual encounter has divided a small Connecticut town. CNN

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