Marlton teacher Carol Billone spearheaded transformation of Deaf education

Marlton teacher Carol Billone spearheaded transformation of Deaf education

Marlton School is mourning the loss of one of its most revered teachers, Carol Billone, who in 1968 became the first Deaf teacher to be hired by L.A. Unified. Billone died of cancer on Oct. 31. She was 74. Having moved to Los Angeles with her family at age 3 and then...
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...