Morning Read: Trial begins to decide amont LAUSD owes molested boys
LA School Report | October 9, 2015
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Trial over amount sexually molested boys should get from LAUSD underway
LA Unified should be ordered to pay a large sum to two students who were sexually molested by their teacher while attending a Pacoima elementary school.
City News Service, by Bill Hetherman
Out-of-state billionaires spending in Louisiana board of ed elections
The billionaires helping are Eli Broad, the California-based housing magnate who is now leading an attempt to send half of Los Angeles’s public school students to charter schools.
Washington Post Blog, by Valerie Strauss
Commentary: Preschool for all is no panacea, California
Providing access to preschool for the state’s low-income children may sound like an obviously good idea. But the Preschool for All Act is the wrong way to give kids a boost.
Los Angeles Times, by Katharine B. Stevens
Commentary: Quality preschool will boost California’s children
Yes, quality early education makes a difference, and there is vast research to prove it. Gov. Jerry Brown should sign Assembly Bill 47 to expand preschool in California.
The Sacramento Bee, by Deborah Kong
Cool Kid Rogelio Justo inspiring others with musical talent
Student musician Rogelio Justo is a volunteer and mentor with children at Youth Orchestra Los Angeles.
KABC-TV, by Danny Romero
LAUSD Magnet Programs: Now’s the time to consider
Los Angeles residents have a dazzling array of choices when it comes to Kindergarten through 12th grade education and the deadline is Nov. 13.
Larchmont Buzz, by Elizabeth Fuller