Nightingale students to compete in Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge finals

On May 17, Nightingale Middle School became the first school in California to have two middle school students advance to the National Finals for the Youth Entrepreneurship Challenge, a business plan competition that begins in the classroom and progresses to the semi-finals, regionals, and national level.

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LAUSD Shines

UCLA high school volunteer wins state Science Fair – UCLA/Institute of the Environment and Sustainability

School nurses are essential in meeting students’ health needs – California Educator

Honoring ArTES teacher Nicole Mathis-Berman – Honored.org

28,000 L.A. preschoolers are learning how to be better humans – KPCC-98.3

Students get hands-on training at Dignity Northridge Hospital – Daily News

The Wildgrove Wildlands help city kids connect with the natural world – The Argonaut

lluminating science for blind students, with help from latest tech devices – EdSource

Computer science education a ‘growing movement’ in Los Angeles Unified – EdScoop

Q&A with Interim Superintendent Vivian Ekchian – The Pearl Post (Daniel Pearl Communications Magnet)

Military veterans recruited for teaching positions – KABC-Channel 7

Emerging LA filmmakers create short films with small budgets and big ideas – Apple Newsroom

CSTA and Code.org announce the 2017 Champions for Computer Science – Medium magazine

How L.A. Unified Cultivates Districtwide Digital Citizenship – Common Sense Education

Around the world, and earning all A’s – The Newport (R.I.) Daily News

LAUSD, IBU and DAS Collaborate to Create the New Merchant Mariner Apprenticeship Program – Apprenticeship/California Department of Industrial Relations

Opinion: Students accepted through preferred gender pronouns – Los Angeles Times Insider

These 10 L.A. high schools are the best at getting their graduates to college – Los Angeles Times

Now San Pedro Schools Came Through for Texas Hurricane Victims – Daily Breeze

LAUSD Making a Comeback with Instructional Technology – Converge Magazine

Dr. Frances Gipson honored as Top 30 Award recipient – Converge Magazine

Refusing to Leave Anyone Behind, Teacher Unites Kids of All Abilities for Special Education Event – Babble.com

New EdD in Educational Leadership graduate Michelle King named National Superintendent of the Year – USC Rossier School of Education

Pin Up, Don’t Shut Up – Public High School Art for the Scapegoats of Humanity – Random Lengths Magazine


East Bay Softball Inks Catcher Desiree Jimmy – Cal State East Bay Pioneers Athletics


California Highway Patrol flips pancakes and scrambles eggs for Dorsey High School Law Magnet Students – Los Angeles Sentinel


California Teacher of the Year from North Hills to throw first pitch at Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles Daily News


Cleveland High band program marches on after years with no teacher, little money – Los Angeles Daily News


Valley View Elementary turns 100, as will dozens of other LAUSD schools in the next five years  – LASchoolReport


10 Dedicated and Deserving Social Workers includes L.A. Unified’s Verónica Obregón – Social Work Today


‘Cool Kid’ Camille Ng spreads warmth to kids in need – KABC-7


LAUSD Schools get new gyms through UCLA Health’s ‘Sound Body Sound Mind’ program – KABC-7


LAPD officers spread holiday cheer at Van Nuys elementary school – Los Angeles Daily News


Burrowing Owl delights students, staff at urban school – SoCalWild.com


Essay: The Translated Life, From Immigrant to Valedictorian. – NBC News


Dorsey students complete College Board pilot class. – L.A. Sentinel


Girls Academic Leadership Academy: A unique opportunity.– Jewish Journal


Modern Trades: The rise of continuing tech education. – KPCC


West Valley Occupational Center celebrates 50 years. – Los Angeles Daily News


Linked Learning the focus of innovative high school. – Education Writers of America


How high-schoolers channel the drama of middle school experience into dramatic performance. – KPCC


Night at the museum? Try a week. These fourth-graders did and it changed their world. – KPCC


Music, arts programs at LA schools increasing after years of decline. – Los Angeles Daily News


Coeur d’Alene Elementary: One school’s journey towards instructional excellence. – Cotsen Foundation


Video: Venice High School celebrates top seniors. Yo Venice


Student identity through the arts. Huffington Post


Op-Ed: Supt. Michelle King on frog dissections, STEM and the future of charters in LAUSD. Los Angeles Times


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