Monday, February 13, 2012

LAUSD Adult Education

  • Call it a school for second chances. High-school dropouts can go there to earn a GED or diploma. Veterans, laid-off workers and young adults with vocational aspirations can learn a trade.
  • (Los Angeles Daily News)
  • decision to cut LAUSDs Adult Education program. I would not be going to college. I would not be able to graduate high school and would become a statistic, says Juliana. Lets help people like Juliana make their college and life dreams come true.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • LAUSD will make its decisions in February regarding which programs to eliminate in order to shift funds over to K-12 education. We hope that preschool as well as adult education are preserved to the degree possible.
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  • LAUSD is proposing to close the Adult School and Career Ed. Division. If these draconian cuts go through, it will mark the end of Adult Education, Career Ed programs, and possibly English as A Second Language classes (ESL).
  • (Examiner)
  • According to officials and documents, those include adult and early-childhood education, after-school and arts programs, and even the high-profile Academic Decathlon and All District Honor Marching Band.
  • (Contra Costa Times)
  • I am dismayed, disappointed, disturbed by your recommendation to terminate the Adult Education Program! — Dr.
  • (Patch)
  • This must be seen in the context of 100% cuts in adult education and early education, both of which are also vital to the community inside and outside of LAUSD, and significant cuts in virtually every department in the District.
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  • from teacher lay-offs to cuts in adult education. Although SB 81 has protected funding for school bus services until the end of this school year, LAUSD will still have to work with Gov.
  • (Neon Tommy)

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