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Posted April 24, 2014 in Press Releases

UTLA: Science Teacher is Victorious

Greg Schiller, the LAUSD science teacher who was removed from his school in February—in a flap over science fair experiments, will be back at Cortines School of Visual...

Posted April 10, 2014 in the News

Effort to revive arts programs in schools gains momentum

In an attempt to reverse the impact of years of budget cuts and a state and national emphasis on math and English test results, some 70 education officials, arts advocates,

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Posted March 30, 2014 in the News

Teachers union fights new plan by Sacramento and other school districts to address low-performing schools

In the seven months since Sacramento City Unified School District won unprecedented federal permission to use new methods at low-performing schools,

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Posted June 04, 2013 in the News

Are the Arts Dead in California’s Public Schools?

We’d love for our schools to teach Billy to play the tuba or draw an elephant, but the money isn’t there for it. Few California public schools spend more than

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Posted April 10, 2014 in Press Releases

Teachers, Students Join Honoring of Steinbeck’s ‘The Grapes of Wrath’ Novel on 75th Anniversary

CTA ‘California Reads’ Program Promotes Quality Books

BURLINGAME – For new generations, the wrath continues. John Steinbeck’s classic book and its themes about the...

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Posted November 07, 2013 in the News

Study: QEIA schools benefit from teacher training, collaborations

New research on the long-term impacts of California’s landmark 2006 funding program supporting 400 low-performing schools highlights the

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Posted May 09, 2014 in Site Pages


Progress is mixed at the Los Angeles schools that Marshall Tuck oversaw until last August. While accurate that California schools are among the worst performing by national standards, Tuck’s ad does...

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Posted June 24, 2013 in the News

Some Charter Schools Are Improving, a Study Says

An updated version of a widely cited study that found many students in charter schools were not performing as well as those in neighborhood public schools now

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Posted June 05, 2012 in Press Releases

CTA Announces 15 Winners of its John Swett Awards

BURLINGAME – Media stories ranging from a look at one 10-year-old homeless boy’s struggle to fit in at his school to construction project woes sparked by layoffs in the Los Angeles Unified...

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