Staffing for arts education requires creative strategies: Here's how
Partnership Director of Arts Education, Alex Karas, penned an opinion piece on EdSource about the passing of CA Proposition 28 and how creative strategies can help with next steps. (Photo credit: Santee Education Complex).
Local and State Teacher of the Year Goes National
Jason Torres-Rangel, AP English teacher at Roosevelt High School has become a teacher of the year in LA Unified, LA County, and in California. Torres-Rangel received a call from State Superintendent Tony Thurmond informing him that he would be a State Teacher of the Year and was nominated as the California teacher to represent at the National Teacher of the Year competition in 2023.
"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.
Celebrate with us! Listen to our enthusiastic seniors share their hopes and dreams for the future
It’s graduation season, and graduates from across our five high schools tell us where they’re going in the fall – UCs, CSUs, USC, Harvey Mudd, Middlebury, and much more! Approximately 65% of our scholars will be matriculating to two- and four-year colleges in the fall. Listen to their journeys, hear from their mentors, and check out what they intend to major in.