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LAUSD board approves labor deals - but not yet for teachers

July 8, 2014 – LAUSD has approved new contracts with both its service workers and administrators, both groups receiving around two percent raises for the coming year and administrators potentially earning additional bonuses based on performance (LA School Report). »

New Haven experiment turns teachers into principals

July 7, 2014 – New Haven's Residency Program for School Leadership aims to become a national model for how traditional and charter schools can work together to share best practices and develop leaders from within teaching ranks (New Haven Independent). »

New Obama initiative stresses equal access to good teachers

July 7, 2014 – The Obama administration announced plans to enforce a long-ignored federal mandate: a decade-old requirement that states give students of all ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds equal access to good teachers (The Huffington Post). »

SEIU Local 99 and LAUSD reach tentative deal

July 1, 2014 – SEIU 99, which represents LAUSD's service workers, includes a guaranteed two percent raise for next year, as well as an expansion of OASIS, a program that invests in wraparound services for students and their families (LA School Report). »

E4E Teachers Talk Back: Nella McOsker

July 1, 2014 – Nella McOsker is an eighth grade language arts teacher at KIPP Academy in the Bronx. In this discussion with E4E-NY Outreach Director Natalie Harrington, Nella discusses why she became a teacher and the importance of teacher leadership. »

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