It’s the kind of education news that never makes headlines: Dozens of teachers and principals from both charter and district-run schools across the Southland gathered last weekend at Loyola Marymount University to talk about what’s working in their classrooms.
The ideas were eye-opening — a mix of innovation and common sense, data analysis and gut-level grit. And so was the energy.
But the celebration couldn’t mask the sense of desperation in the room: California’s public schools are on life support, and the breathing tube may be yanked out soon. Read the entire story at LATimes.