A diverse group of Los Angeles leaders from a cross-sector of schools, industry, and government shared perspectives, strategies, and takeaways to improve students’ college and career readiness applicable to any urban community in the U.S. at the closing session of our 10th Annual National Forum: Connecting e2e So All Students Thrive in College and Career.
NEW YORK: Two school leaders, a teacher, and student have been named 2015 recipients of the 2nd Annual Robert F. Kennedy Urban Education Awards, announced May 18th during Schools That Can’s 10th Annual National Forum at Loyola Marymount University School of Education in Los Angeles.
Educators 4 Excellence: LA’s recently released 2015 True Grit Report unearths the strategies used to elevate expectations, morale, and performance at diverse Los Angeles schools which “grew 40 points or more based on data published by the Academic Performance Index (API).”
NEW YORK: School leaders, teachers, and students from schools in the Detroit, New York, and Los Angeles metro areas have been named as finalists for the 2015 Robert F. Kennedy Urban Education Awards, announced by Schools That Can (STC) in partnership with Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights (formerly the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice […]
“How can we ensure the success of our young learners? “We need to connect as educators,” says STC Forum presenter Justin Aglio, Upper School Principal at the Environmental Charter School.