In May, as high school seniors make decisions about enrolling in college, we published a new policy brief entitled, “More than a Dream: Using ‘Best Fit’ College Advising to Help Students of Color Succeed.” This brief highlights key data that students and families should have access to when making their college decisions.
Did you miss our webinar? You can view the recording of our math conversation with experts in the field. Hear from Dr. Robert Berry, Lacey Robinson, Alison Yoshimoto-Towery and more experts about why math is so crucial to students' college trajectories, and how teaching math can create connections among peers, build joy, and liberate.
This awards program features students, teachers, and school leaders from the Partnership network!
Read our latest policy brief, "Worth It: Eight Ways to Prioritize Equity in LA Unified’s Budget.” Investing in our students is worth it and we have developed several funding recommendations for LA Unified to help level the playing field for high-need schools through 2024.
The fundamentals of school transformation are as important as ever. As we face a new future of public schooling brought about by a global pandemic and embrace the innovations to come, we believe that maintaining a focus on developing interconnected systems – around curriculum, family engagement, school culture, and more – must remain a priority for system leaders. Launched in February 2020, the Partnership Playbook outlines how to build these systems within and around schools to accelerate equity for low-income students and students of color.
We are implementing a sustainable transformation model across 19 high-need district schools, while influencing large-scale, systemic changes in LA Unified, the state of California, and beyond.