Cortines lauds Obama budget as big help for LA Unified needs
LA Unified Superintendent Ramon Cortines said today President Obama’s proposed 2016 budget would provided strong benefits for the district if approved by Congress. At stake: $1 billion increase for Title I, which supports schools with a high percentage of low-income students and a $3 billion investment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math instruction, plus additional...
By LA School Report | February 2, 2015
Deasy joins President Obama in ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ update
LA Unified Superintendent John Deasy joined other education officials at The White House yesterday as President Obama announced new partnerships to help young men of color gain greater access to programs offering support from pre-K through high school. The program, which includes private companies, nonprofits and the NBA as participants, represents a $100 million expansion of My...
By LA School Report | July 22, 2014