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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