In early November, we joined over 40 organizations to call on all Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the City and County of Los Angeles to address digital inequities in our city’s under-resourced neighborhoods. These organizations, who represent 250,000 students, also called for the LA City Mayor, City Council, and County Board of Supervisors to pressure ISPs to expand affordable access to Wi-Fi throughout Los Angeles. For more information on how you can help, contact Stephanie Hernandez at Stephanie.firstname.lastname@example.org. This is part of the Partnership’s ongoing advocacy efforts to ensure ISPs address inequities to internet access in our communities.
Teacher PROfile: SEL Leads to Growth Mindset and Perseverance When Learning Becomes Difficult
We met virtually with Maria Mendez, Resource Specialist Teacher, Parent Engagement Lead, and former Restorative & College Culture Lead at Twentieth Street Elementary School to understand the important stage that social-emotional learning is taking during distance learning. Read more below....