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Students No Longer Need SAT and ACT Scores for Admissions to UC Schools 
May 28, 2020
Last Thursday, the University of California’s (UC) Board of Regents voted 23-0 to end the use of the SAT and ACT tests in admissions for all California freshman applicants through 2024. ... read more »
How the Coronavirus Crisis Is Forcing School Districts to Bridge the Digital Divide
April 2, 2020
Over 8000 educators statewide participated in a webinar conducted by Thurmond to go over guidance the California Department of Education issued to all school districts detailing how they can provide distance learning opportunities for students including those with disabilities and English learners.  ... read more »
Black Educators to Unveil ‘Blueprint’ for Improving California Black Student Test Scores, Learning
October 10, 2019
A group of Black educators are heading to San Diego this week from around the state, and across the country, to meet with each other. Their goal is to leave their conference with strategies that school districts and policymakers can adapt to close the achievement gap for Black students in public schools. ... read more »
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Compton Unified School District Awarded $10 Million Dollar Grant from US Department of Education
November 22, 2018
The District will Work with College Partners to Provide Intense College Preparation and Support to 1,800 6th and 7th Graders over the Next Seven years of their Academic Careers ... read more »
Compton Children Celebrate the First Day of School, Major Milestones
August 23, 2018
Over 20,000 students have started school at each of Compton Unified School District’s 36 school sites, marketing a time of excitement as the school district enters into another year on the heals of its dramatic turnaround and featured schools marking major milestones. ... read more »
Compton Unified Graduation Rates Approach 90%, Signaling That Its Turnaround Is Here To Stay
December 28, 2017
A laser-sharp focus on student achievement and student safety has been at the core of the turnaround ... read more »
Verizon Bridges the Digital Divide for Students in Compton   
November 16, 2017
Recently, students at Bunche Middle School in Compton received tablet devices through Verizon’s Innovative Learning program as part of their #weneedmore campaign. The school is one of 28 new schools to join the program this year.   ... read more »
Compton School Board Member Elected to National Leadership Positions
April 6, 2017
Micah Ali is determined to use his national leadership positions to highlight specific urban educational policies and challenges across the entire nation ... read more »
Compton School Community Walks for a Cure
October 14, 2015
It takes an army to fight a disease like breast cancer. That’s why hundreds of Compton Unified School District (CUSD) families, teachers, staff, and officials gathered at Greenleaf Parkway for the Fourth Annual Compton Walk for a Cure. ... read more »
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