‘All Means All’ Initiative is Working

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact​: Catherine Suitor, csuitor@laalliance.org Alliance’s Sharpened Focus on Reaching All Scholars Is Getting Results State Test Data Shows Significant Growth for Scholars with Disabilities; High School English Language Arts and Math Scores Place Alliance Scholars in the Lead Across the District and State Los Angeles, CA, October 10, 2019––​Scholars at Alliance College-Ready…

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Breaking Down Barriers

by: Esmeralda Fabián Romero Early in her career as a special education teacher, Molly Carmody knew her most vulnerable students needed additional support in the classroom. They needed someone capable of meeting their multiple physical and emotional needs to help them break down their learning barriers. Her solution was to get a furry and four-legged…

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Free Meals for All Scholars

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Catherine Suitor csuitor@laalliance.org One of the largest charter networks, Alliance College-Ready Public Schools, will now be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Program Better nutrition translates to better academic outcomes and better social emotional learning. July 1, 2019 – Los Angeles – Alliance College-Ready Public Schools, a network of 25…

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Closing the Opportunity Gap

6/5/19 – Alliance MIT, Gertz-Ressler High School, Stern MASS and CRMA 4 are recognized for high-performance in math and science. We’re proud that Alliance MIT, Alliance Gertz-Merkin Complex, Alliance Stern MASS, Alliance CRMA 4 are named Honor Roll schools by Educational Results Partnership, a data science organization that recognizes schools with high performance in Math…

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First-Gen Story

I was anxious, nervous and excited. At the age of 13, I was finally going to meet my mother. I was born in Los Angeles, but raised in Mexico by my grandparents. When I moved to live with my mother in the United States, it was difficult at first. What eased the transition into my…

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