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Welcome to ‘All In,’ an inside look at the people, issues and ideas that move us. ‘All In’ represents the commitment and dedication of our staff who continue to believe that a high-quality education is achievable for all students – especially low-income students and students of color. It also represents our commitment to transforming education systems. In addition to staff commentaries, we may feature blogs and video logs (vlogs) from other stakeholders, including teachers, parents and partners. Browse our latest posts

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Restorative Justice: Helping Make a New Country Feel More Like Home

Julija (pronounced Yoo-lee-uh) Zubac is the Manager of Restorative Communities at the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools. She was born in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Claremont Graduate University. It was the summer of 1997, and you may remember it as the summer when Dr. Dre dropped the Next...

By Julija Zubac, Manager of Restorative Communities

College Access Advocacy: Partnership Students in the House (and Senate)

Karlo Silbiger is the Coordinator of College-Going Culture at the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools. He works with teachers, counselors, administrators, parents, and community partners at all 18 schools in the Partnership network to support students in preparing for and transitioning to college after graduation. It’s June 2019.  As you walk across the stage to...

By Karlo Silbiger, Coordinator of College-Going Culture

Ensuring Students of Color at High-Need Schools Expect – and Receive – Quality Educators

Geneviève DeBose Akinnagbe is a National Board Certified teacher and a Literacy Coach for School Transformation at one of the Partnership’s schools — Edwin Markham Middle School. She started her teaching career in 1999 as a sixth grade English Language Arts and Social Studies teacher at Samuel Gompers Middle School in LA Unified. She has...

By Geneviève DeBose Akinnagbe, Literacy Coach for School Transformation