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Morning Read: State aid improves finances for school districts

LA School Report | April 10, 2015



More state aid stabilizes school district finances
Recent infusions of state aid, and the prospect of more to come, have improved the financial stability of California’s school districts. Sacramento Bee


Santa Ana Unified set to offer ethnic studies classes
In December, the LA Unified School District’s board voted to make ethnic studies courses a high school graduation requirement. Voice of the OC


NV bill to be heard on segregating transgender students
The Los Angeles Unified School District has overseen the integration of transgender students into the bathroom of their choosing for a decade. Reno-Gazette Journal


Elementary jump start program on chopping block
It was started in the 70s as a way to even the playing field for low income and English language learners. NBC Los Angeles


Art appreciation helps young children learn to think and express ideas
Art lessons for pre-kindergarten students are moving beyond finger paints and into the worlds of van Gogh, da Vinci and Rivera. Ed Source

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