SOCES student engineers strive to bring new visions to L.A. Unified

SOCES student engineers strive to bring new visions to L.A. Unified

Developers of high-tech devices to help the blind and visually impaired may soon be facing stiff competition from an unlikely quarter – a team of six freshmen at the Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies. The students at the Grade 4-12 magnet school recently got...
District celebrates language as cultural bridge with video challenge, month-long observance

District celebrates language as cultural bridge with video challenge, month-long observance

In recognition of April as National Bilingual/Multilingual Learner Advocacy Month, L.A. Unified is showcasing stories and sharing strategies for celebrating the linguistic diversity of the nation’s second-largest school district. The Multilingual and...
Girls encouraged to reach for the stars – literally – at inaugural Women in STEM event

Girls encouraged to reach for the stars – literally – at inaugural Women in STEM event

Above, Jet Propulsion Laboratory engineer Diana Trujillo inspires female students to make their own dreams come true.  More than 2,300 students from two dozen schools across L.A. Unified gathered recently at Francis Polytechnic Senior High School where they had the...