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Teachers wary of new laws limiting instruction on race
June 13, 2021
 As middle school teacher Brittany Paschall assembled a lesson plan on the history of the Negro Baseball Leagues, she wondered how she might have to go about it differently next year under a new Tennessee state law that prohibits teaching certain concepts of race and racism. ... read more »
Recognizing the Centennial of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
June 3, 2021
The Tulsa Race Massacre is a prime example of inflaming issues and ignoring history. They both significantly lead to the inability and failure to learn the real lessons that true history can teach us. It was the inflammatory reporting of the chance encounter of a young Black man, Dick Rowland; and a young white elevator operator, Sarah Page, that ignited one of the deadliest episodes of racial violence in our nation’s history. ... read more »
South Coast AQMD Air Quality Education Program Goes Virtual
April 1, 2021
WHAM Program brings hands on experiments and lessons to high schools and middle schools ... read more »
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CDC Director: Schools Can Open Before Teachers Get COVID Vaccines
February 5, 2021
Despite the insistence of Los Angeles Unified's superintendent and the teachers' union that all educators and staff be vaccinated against COVID-19 before schools reopen, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today vaccinations should not be a prerequisite for returning students to campus. ... read more »
Dr. Anthony Fauci Discusses the Impact and Severity of COVID-19 Disparities in African Americans
August 6, 2020
Addressing the disparities surrounding COVID-19 and other illnesses, Dr. Fauci pointed to many African Americans, Latinx, and Native Americans occupying essential jobs that provide employees with little — or no — protection. ... read more »
Will Your Dream Job Ever Become Your Reality?
January 16, 2020
If one of your resolutions for the start of the new calendar year is the pursuit of that ever-elusive dream job, you’re not alone. A survey of 2,000 American adults taken by the virtual phone company, TollFreeForwarding, revealed that only about 24% of respondents will ever get to become what they wanted to be when they were younger. And just a tiny fraction of us — only 10% — can make that claim right now. ... read more »
INTERVIEW: Protecting Democracy – An Interview with Sen. Nina Turner
November 22, 2019
“A Bernie Sanders presidency means an America where folks don’t die because they’ve got to rotate out their insulin to make sure it lasts. We are looking for an America where hospitals are not closing but are expanding services to vulnerable communities. We want a healthcare system that is not commodified. That’s it and that’s all.” — Senator Nina Turner ... read more »
LAUSD Parcel Tax Measure Defeated
June 6, 2019
The no votes on Measure EE led 52.24%-47.76% with 539 of 888 precincts, 60.7%, reporting, according to figures released by the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. ... read more »
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Los Angeles Families, Civil Rights Leaders, and Labor Unite in Support Measure EE
May 30, 2019
A press conference was held at Belmont High School to urge voters to vote Yes for youth. ... read more »
LAUSD Board Approves Teacher Contract, Despite Financial Concerns from County
January 31, 2019
The report states that school board will be required to submit a ``Fiscal Stabilization Plan'' by March 18 ... read more »
Congresswoman Frederica S. Wilson’s Response to Secretary DeVos’ Plan to Arm Teachers
August 31, 2018
“This is yet another example of Secretary Betsy DeVos’s disdain for our nation’s public schools and underscores the urgent need for Democrats to remain steadfast in the fight to safeguard our students, teachers, and schools.” ... read more »
CSU Dominguez Hills Receives More Than $2.5 Million to Provide Compton Unified School District Student Tutoring, and Professional Development for Teachers 
October 5, 2016
Compton Unified School District (CUSD) has awarded California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) more than $2.5 million in contracts to provide programs that offer supplemental tutoring and instruction for CUSD students, and professional development for all the district’s middle school math teachers. ... read more »
Number of Black Teachers Rapidly Declines as Minority Student Population Increases
October 15, 2015
The number of minority teachers has declined since 1987, even though the minority student population has grown 17 percent over the same time period. (Stock Photo) The minority population has grown tremendously since the year 2000. ... read more »
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