What We're Reading


August 2018

Behind the Stats: Mark Courtney on His Newest Study on Transition-Age Foster Youth in California via Chronicle of Social Change

“Intersegmental Partnerships and Data Sharing: Promising Practices From the Field” via PACE

“Remedial Education Reforms at California’s Community Colleges: Early Evidence on Placement and Curricular Reforms” via Public Policy Institute of California

“Food Insecurity Hampers College Completion for California’s Students” via California Competes

“CSUN Is Using A Bot To Get Freshmen To Show Up For Class” via laist

 

June 2018

 

Outside funders give L.A. Unified under new Supt. Beutner a $3 million vote of confidence” via LA Times

A Hunger for Information: California’s Options to Meet its Statewide Education Data Needs” via Education Insights Center

 The Water of Systems Change” via FSG

Housing Costs Are a Bigger Burden to California Students than Tuition” via the Student Loan Report

Call for Sessions for the 2019 Collective Impact Convening: Submissions due Sept. 7” via Collective Impact Forum

 

April 2018

 

When Collective Impact Has Impact: A Cross-Site Study of 25 Collective Impact Initiatives” via ORS Impact

From public housing to college: new national pilot helps low-income students in LA make that journey” via Ed Source

Guaranteed transfer path from community college to University of California announced” via Ed Source

Equity Alert: Getting Community College Student Success Funding Formula Right” via the Education Trust-West

 Engaging Employers: A webinar for cross-sector partnerships” via Equal Measure

 Progress in defining when students are career ready” via K-12 Daily 

 

February 2018

 

Equity Starts Early: Addressing Racial Inequities in Child Care and Early Education Policy” via CLASP 

Report Names Lasting, Traumatic Effects of Homelessness on Young Children in L.A. County, First 5 Calls for Trauma-informed Approach to Help Kids

Scaling Goodwill: The Challenges of Implementing Robust Education Data through Regional Partnerships” via The Education Insights Center

Legacy and Vision: 2018 State of the CSU” via The California State University 

New Amazon Headquarters – why education mattered so much” via Medium 

 

December 2017

A Portrait of Los Angeles County” via Southern California Grantmakers 
 
 
Teaching and Learning in the Age of Trump: Increasing Stress and Hostility in America’s High Schools” via UCLA Institute for Democracy, Education, and Access Publications 
 
 

 

October 2017

 

August 2017

 

L.A. Unified is expanding beneficial dual-language programs for preschoolers” via the L.A. Times

States all over the map on ensuring educational stability for foster youth” via the Chronicle for Social Change

A new vision for California’s community colleges” via the Sacramento Bee

Cal State will no longer require placement exams and remedial classes for freshmen” via the L.A. Times

1 in 5 L.A. community college students is homeless, survey finds” via the L.A. Times 

 

June 2017


"California must do much more to invest in a strong teacher workforce" via EdSource

"Understanding California's Early Care and Education System" via Learning Policy Institute

"Systems Change in a Polarized Country" via Stanford Social Innovation Review

"Opportunity Youth Incentive Fund Supporting Progress, Evaluation Finds" via Philanthropy News Digest

"Class of 2017 Spotlight: Canoga Park High grad crossing 'bridge' to Cal State Northridge" via LAUSD Daily

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