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LAUSD to receive MISIS support from federal government, Microsoft

November 25, 2014 – Microsoft has already sent personnel to Los Angeles to work on the student information system, and the federal Department of Education will be sending team members to work on improving implementation issues in December (LA School Report). »

E4E Teachers Talk Back: Isaiah Sago

November 25, 2014 – Isaiah shares why he's passionate about working at a community day school, and why that leads him to advocating for larger changes to the education system. »

Giving thanks for our students through advocacy

November 24, 2014 – E4E-Los Angeles Teacher Policy Team on School Climate member Araceli Morfin shares her experience in briefing the Black and Latino Caucuses in Sacramento, and how she hopes other educators will get involved. »

Common Core stays after school in California districts

November 19, 2014 – Many districts across the state are utilizing after school and extended learning time programs to give children more time to practice the deeper critical thinking skills the Common Core standards require (EdSource). »

Educators help set new CCSS performance standards with a higher bar

November 18, 2014 – Over 500 teachers, administrators, college faculty and parents set the new scores for proficiency by each grade level over week-long discussions, and experts caution that these higher bars will need time for adjustment and finalization (EdSource). »

Teachers design and run L.A. Unified 'Pilot' schools

November 11, 2014 – Pilot schools have the potential to help students succeed through teacher leadership, as shown by schools like Social Justice Humanitas Academy, co-led by E4E-Los Angeles 2013 Teacher Policy Team member Jeff Austin (Education Week, On California). »

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