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News & Views

Camino Nuevo Featured in KPCC's "Teaching Through Trauma"

Southern California's local NPR affiliate created a two-part series about the effects of poverty on students in Los Angeles. The story features ExED client Camino Nuevo, which provides support services to students and their families to help them overcome barriers to their education and wellbeing.
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Study: Los Angeles Charter Students Learn More Than In Traditional Public Schools

"Stanford University's Center for Research on Economic Outcomes (CREDO) issued a report Saturday that found charter school students in Los Angeles learn more in a year than their peers in traditional district schools."
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Why We Must Put Students First

The LA Times published this editorial about the LAUSD’s vote to close two high- performing charter schools because they opted for outside special-education services, despite parents and officials’ praise of these high-quality providers. We support every school’s right to choose the providers that are right for them and their students, and believe the county Department of Education should approve these charter renewals.
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Statement from ExED on LAUSD Superintendent Deasy's Resignation

ExED is deeply grateful to Dr. John Deasy for his passionate service to students, teachers, administrators and parents as Superintendent of LAUSD. We applaud his drive and his urgency to provide a world- class education to every student. While we regret his departure, we are hopeful that the Board of Education and new Superintendent will continue to share Dr. Deasy’s vision and his commitment to the students of LAUSD.

- October 16, 2014