Eventos para los socios

Partnership patrocina y participa en una serie de eventos durante el año escolar. Vea a continuación algunas notas destacadas de nuestra ceremonia anual de premios, conferencias de liderazgo, programas del Colegio de Padres (en inglés Parent College), eventos de capacitación, actividades para donantes ¡y mucho más!

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Reimagining Los Angeles – 2020 Student Art Competition

The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is accepting student artist submissions from all 19 schools in its network for the 2020 Student Art Competition. This year’s theme, Reimagining Los Angeles, asks students to flex their creative muscles and envision what their city, neighborhood, school, and beyond could and should look like in the future. Students can...

A Conversation with Pulitzer Prize winner Nikole Hannah-Jones: The Instersection of Race and Public Education

On August 26, 2020, the Partnership hosted a webinar that featured Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones, creator of The 1619 Project. This conversation with educators focused on the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and 400+ years of anti-Black racism and oppression. Ryan Smith, Chief External Officer at the Partnership, moderated the panel which included Nikole Hannah-Jones;...

The Partnership Launches Online Playbook at a Special Convening

The Partnership Playbook for School Transformation was unveiled on Thursday, February 27, 2020, at a “Partnering for Equity” convening we co-hosted with UCLA’s Center for the Transformation of Schools. The Playbook is an online tool about our work and it outlines a path forward for traditional public school systems to accelerate equity for low-income students...

Our 2020 University Day Hosted 1,200 Families at UCLA

On February 8, 2020, over 1,200 families participated in a day of learning at our annual University Day event, this year held at UCLA. Students and families from our network of 18 schools attended campus tours, student panelist sessions, and information sessions about financial aid, college applications, college access, scholarships, and more! They also heard...

Grammy-Nominated Group Performs for Ritter Elementary Scholars

Our Ritter Elementary scholars received a special performance from the Grammy-nominated Alphabet Rockers singing group on January 24, 2020. The intent of the special assembly was to create more awareness about music that strives to change the world. Ritter scholars were happy to sing along and excited to have the group on campus. See more...

Partnership Videos

Check out our videos below to learn more about our schools and communities! Dolores Huerta Elementary School’s 10th Anniversary University Day 2019 Equity and Justice: Closing Opportunity Gaps In LA Schools in 2019 and Beyond Third Biennial Restorative Communities Convening  

2019 UPawards!

On May 16, 2019 over 500 people joined us as we honored students, parents, teachers, school leaders, and community partners at our annual UPawards ceremony. This year’s theme was “It’s In Our Hands,” inspired by James Baldwin’s powerful words: “Everything now we must assume is in our hands; we have no right to assume otherwise.”...

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Boyle Heights, South LA, and Watts go to University Day 2019!

On Saturday, February 23, 2019, nearly 1,000 parents and children from our network of schools in Boyle Heights, South LA, and Watts joined us for our 9th Annual University Day hosted at Cal State University, Northridge. University Day is an event designed to immerse students and parents into the college experience. The day’s activities featured...

Equity and Justice: Closing Opportunity Gaps in LA Schools in 2019 and Beyond

Updated post (12/17/18): Find the recording of the panel here. LIVE streaming on Facebook Thursday, December 13, 2018 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM Be sure to follow us at facebook.com/partnershipla. The panel discussion will focus on how our current political landscape will impact education equity in 2019 at the national, state and local levels. We will...

Restorative Communities – Third Biennial Convening

On Saturday, October 20, 2018, nearly 300 educators and community members joined us for the Partnership’s third Restorative Communities Biennial Convening, entitled Common Ground, at Jordan High School. Our day began with an energizing drumline performance by students from 99th Street Elementary School, which helped transition into our welcome opening session. Our opening session speakers...