Early lessons from our teacher residency program
We recently published a brief that captures some of our early lessons from our teacher residency program based on the perspectives and experiences of participants. Teacher residency programs like ours are a promising strategy to address these challenges, especially for teachers of color and high-need schools, where outstanding teaching is needed most.
Advancing Financial Aid Accessibility: Learning from Success in LA Unified
Financial aid access has surged over the past two years with the implementation of AB 469, which requires all high school seniors to complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the California Dream Act Application (CADAA). Los Angeles Unified School District experienced notable success, particularly in its highest-need schools.
Santee students share their college acceptances
Santee Education Complex held its 2023 Decision Day, and students from nearby elementary and middle schools were invited to witness the public announcement of college decisions made by high school seniors.
"What do you love most about teaching at your school?"
Listen to six Partnership teachers from Markham Middle School and Carver Middle School share what they love about teaching at their schools. Some of their responses include working in a collaborative environment, drawing energy from students, their love for teaching, genuine care and support from colleagues, and more!
Parents from Partnership schools share how it's going at their schools
We touched base with several parents from Weigand Avenue Elementary, Markham Middle School, and Jordan High School in Watts to hear how it's going at their schools. Listen to what they shared.