Morning Read: Some districts ignoring state LCFF guidelines
LA School Report | October 12, 2015
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Brown’s school budget reform embraced, exploited
Many schools are investing in buildings with their LCFF dollars and are trying to divert funds to teacher salaries and ignoring their poorest students.
San Jose Mercury News, by Sharon Noguchi
Charter school battle heats up
As these privately run, publicly funded schools expand, traditional ones are feeling threatened.
Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Levitz
Governor vetoes bill setting timetable for expansion of preschool
A bill that he said “sets an arbitrary deadline, contingent on a sufficient appropriation, is unnecessary.”
EdSource, By Louis Freedberg and Sarah Tully
Will the Obama administration now focus on desegregating schools?
Arne Duncan will step down soon as education secretary and John King will take over. What will change?
Washington Post, by Emma Brown
A technology team from Facebook works to serve classroom teachers
At a California school, 20 Facebook employees built a software program that could eventually be used in any public school that wants it — free.
Hechinger Report, by Nichole Dobo
Parents, do you know what your kids are actually doing in class?
Parents at a school in Reseda for an annual fund-raiser where teachers gave current and prospective parents a taste of what their kids experience in class.
Los Angeles Times, by Sonali Kohli