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Morning Read: Will reform money come to LAUSD without Deasy?

Craig Clough | January 16, 2015



Deasy attracted millions from foundations — will they stay the course?
Deasy attracted millions of dollars from Broad and other education reformers while he was superintendent from 2011 until his resignation in October. KPCC


Movie could move along undocumented immigrant conversation
The movie “Spare Parts” recounts how a team of mostly undocumented immigrant students built a robot that enabled them to defeat MIT. Diverse: Issues In Higher Education


Governor’s proposed budget called “a gift” to adult education
The governor’s proposed budget, unveiled last week, allocates $500 million for an Adult Education Block Grant. Ed Source


Schools on military bases struggle with maintenance
There are 10 California military base schools that the Pentagon has ranked as being in the top third of those most in need of repair nationwide. Los Angeles Times


Arizona students must pass US citizenship test to graduate
Arizona high school students face the nation’s first requirement to pass the U.S. citizenship test on civics before they can graduate. Associated Press

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