Los Angeles policy shift yields decline in school suspensions

January 23, 2015 – Restorative justice, which will be required at every L.A. Unified school by 2020, has helped the district make a "tectonic" shift away from suspensions and expulsions, and toward preventative support for at-risk students (Associated Press). »

Read 6 inspiring letters from educators calling for racial equity

January 18, 2015 – The stories of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, and Tamir Rice have faded from our news cycle, but the realities of racial inequity face educators every day. Here’s six reads – written by E4E members – that will challenge how you think. »

Teacher voices on NCLB

January 16, 2015 – As the debate on the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) begins, teachers' voices have been missing. E4E-Los Angeles teacher Phylis Hoffman recently asked several colleagues for their views (Education Week's "Teaching While Leading" blog). »

Teacher leadership drives successful turnaround

January 16, 2015 – California educator David Cohen recounts his visit to Encina Prepartory High School in Sacramento where he witnessed the power of teacher leadership and collaboration in turning around school performance through the federal SIG program (EdWeek). »

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