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LA School Report | June 29, 2015



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SoCal schools may see more interns, substitutes in classrooms 
School is out for the summer, but for some in education, the work is just beginning on a problem that is growing more acute: the teacher shortage. KPCC


Best school districts for your buck in Southern California
To find the best schools in Southern California, we weighed a district’s affordability, standardized test scores, college readiness and student-to-teacher ratio. NerdWallet


In drought’s firm grip, California schools try to cope
School districts are grappling with how to adhere to new water use requirements. Ed Source


Have Millenials turned away from teaching profession?
Education planners in a number of states are looking with alarm at the sudden drop of college students entering the teaching profession. SI&A Cabinet Report


Arne Duncan: These are the things parents should demand from schools
Certain educational rights should be universal, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan said Friday. Huffington Post


7 more states, District Of Columbia receive No Child Left Behind waivers
The six states, and the District of Columbia, were given a three-year flexibility extension through school year 2017-18. iSchoolGuide

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