United Way Releases Report on Key Principles and Priorities for LAUSD Schools

United Way Releases Report on Key Principles and Priorities for LAUSD Schools

United Way has been working side by side with LAUSD and several community-based organizations to engage parents, students and community members in the Public School Choice 3.0 process.

Public School Choice is a District initiative to turn the city's lowest- performing schools around and ensure the quality of its newest schools by allowing teams of teachers, principals and nonprofits to submit proposals for running those campuses.

Over the past several months, local residents offered recommendations on the plans best suited for all 25 PSC 3.0 schools while outlining their top principles and priorities for students in five different areas:

Curriculum & Assessment

Student Support

Parent & Community Engagement

School Staff

Health & Safety

Read the full PSC 3.0 Report.

This report captures the collective voice of parents, students and community members who are committed to providing our children with the quality public school education they deserve and could not have been completed without the following United Way partners:

African American Male Achievers Network (AMAN)

Alliance for a Better Community (ABC)

Community Asset Development Redefining Education (CADRE)

Consejo de Federaciones Mexicanas en Norteamérica (COFEM)

Educate, Motivate, Graduate Enterprise, Inc. (EMG)

Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)

Boys & Girls Club of San Fernando Valley

South Bay Center for Counseling (SBCC)

The Urban Issues Breakfast Forum of Greater Los Angeles

LAUSD’s Public School Choice team and Parent Community Services Branch

Families in Schools

Click here to learn more about the initiative and check back soon to see how parents rated each of the PSC 3.0 proposals.



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