Morning Read: Who will replace Cortines at LA Unified?
LA School Report | June 25, 2015
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Who will be Los Angeles Unified’s next superintendent?
Superintendent Cortines told board members at Tuesday’s meeting he would leave the district in six months. Los Angeles Daily News
Vaccine mandate bill up for vote Thursday in California assembly
The legislation, already approved by the state Senate, is expected to draw hundreds of parents to the Capitol for a rally. Los Angeles Times
School districts find ways to support low-income infants and toddlers
There has been a recent shift in school districts’ thinking about the early years. Ed Source
Lost and found yields trove of treasures at end of school year
As surely as the sun will rise in the east and time will march only forward, children will lose things. New York Times
In San Francisco, computer science for all…soon
Many children in San Francisco do not have regular access to computers in school, let alone computer science classes. Hechinger Report
200 schools are named for Confederate leaders. Is it time to rename them?
The backlash against Confederate flags has built quickly since nine parishioners were gunned down inside a South Carolina church last week. Washington Post