Vintage Magnet celebrates National Blue Ribbon honors

Vintage Magnet celebrates National Blue Ribbon honors

Above, from left, Students Krystelle Arcinas, Marissa Soto, Nadia Wilson and Alex Lopez pose with Vintage Magnet Principal Nancy Mourao and the National Blue Ribbon plaque awarded by the U.S. Department of Education. L.A. Unified leaders joined students at Vintage...
$11 million GEAR UP grant helps students map their own destinies

$11 million GEAR UP grant helps students map their own destinies

Above: Le Conte Middle School sixth-graders are joined by educators and officials from the Youth Policy Institute as they proclaim readiness to plan for college. More than 2,000 Los Angeles students will benefit from a new $11.2 million federal grant that aims to...
Dyslexia Learning Group delves into strategies to better support students

Dyslexia Learning Group delves into strategies to better support students

Above, specialized instruction taught one-to-one or in small groups helps students with dyslexia to improve spoken and written language skills. By Diana Inouye Coordinator, K-12 Instruction Division of Special Education L.A. Unified recognizes October as Dyslexia...
Not throwing away their shot: Students live and breathe art and history with ‘Hamilton’ Education Program

Not throwing away their shot: Students live and breathe art and history with ‘Hamilton’ Education Program

Above: From left, Cleveland Charter High School juniors John Rhee, Candice Mitra and Brittney Vo perform a music and dance number they wrote about Quaker businessman, patriot and abolitionist Paul Cuffe. Photo by Chelsea Lauren Over 2,600 students from around Los...