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November 04, 2015

Jordan Counselor Presents at CSU High School College Counselors Conference

Jordan High School's head counselor, Sandra Lopez, participated in a panel at the CSU High School College Counselors Conference held last month at the Pasadena Convention Center.

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October 27, 2015

Students from Math, Science & Technology Magnet Academy at Roosevelt High Address National Education Leaders in Washington D.C.

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools today announced that one of its schools, Math, Science & Technology Magnet Academy at Roosevelt High School (MSTMA), made history today as the first California school to address the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA). Students made their presentation during the Education Forum at the association’s annual Leadership Summit.

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October 16, 2015

Banc of California Grants $100K to the Partnership & Commits Volunteers to Launch Financial Literacy Program at Parent College

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools today announced it has received a $100K contribution from the Banc of California to support a multi-tiered financial literacy program that will impact Partnership families in South L.A., Boyle Heights, and Watts. 

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September 08, 2015

Partnership for Los Angeles Schools Welcomes 107th St. Elementary to Growing Family

We are excited to announce that the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools has, at the invitation of the Los Angeles Unified School District, brought 107th Street Elementary School into our family. This is a wonderful validation of our collective work and a tremendous opportunity for us to increase our impact and empower more students with a high-quality education.

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September 08, 2015

Educator Spotlight: Ms. Buck & Mr. Pratt

We are excited to kick-off the 2015-16 school year with the addition of two proven educators and leaders at two Partnership middle schools. Ms. Tasha Buck, who is the new principal of Carver Middle School and Ms. Elizabeth Pratt, who is now leading Gompers Middle School.  

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July 09, 2015

Math, Science & Technology Magnet Academy at Roosevelt High School is First California School to Receive National Honor for Leveraging Technology

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is proud to announce that one of its schools, Math, Science & Technology Magnet Academy at Roosevelt High School (MSTMA), was recognized by the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) for leveraging technology to dramatically improve educational experiences and achievement for their students.  For the past eight years, the SETDA has honored one school annually across the USA; this is the first time a California school has been chosen and also the first time a school with a predominantly Latino student body has received it.

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May 13, 2015

Reed Restorative Communities Professional Development Starts Strong

Over 300 educators at our Investment schools have participated in the Reed Restorative Communities Professional Development and are on their way to earning a certificate as a Partnership Restorative Communities Practitioner. After 40 hours of successful completion of the specialized training, these educators will be certified to incorporate restorative practices and principles in their teaching, support and/or supervision of instruction. 

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May 13, 2015

Educator Spotlight: Mr. John Stephens, 8th grade U.S. History & Media Arts teacher at Carver Middle School

Earlier this month, Mr. John Stephens, eighth grade U.S. History & Media Arts at Carver Middle School, completed a remarkable literacy achievement: his class won the “Achieve 3000 Read to Succeed” contest! Mr. Stephens, who has been teaching at Carver Middle School for 11 years, has made it his goal to successfully created a truly blended classroom, where he uses computers and traditional books to keep his students motivated and wanting to learn. 

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May 13, 2015

Lundquist Fellows: Where Will They Go to College?

Each year, the Partnership selects about 20 of its middle and high school students to participate in the Richard and Melanie Lundquist Fellows program. The program seeks to develop students who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and commitment to their schools, educations and communities. The program provides fellows with an academic scholarship, job shadowing opportunities and other academic enrichment tools.

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May 13, 2015

Parent College Celebrates Record-Breaking Graduation

Seven months of dedication paid off this month for nearly 600 parents who graduated from the Partnership’s Parent College program, the highest number of parents ever to graduate the program in a single year. The Boyle Heights Parent College at Roosevelt High School graduated 268 parents, making it the largest graduating class in the history of the program. 

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