Ingrid Villeda

UTLA

Guest

Fourth grade teacher at 93rd Street Elementary School in South Central Los Angeles and South Area Chair for UTLA, representing about 120 schools; former fifth grade teacher at Sanford Elementary School in South Gate

Ingrid Villeda on KCRW

Some 20,000 California “students cannot afford to wait any longer.”

Are California Public Schools Giving Up On Their Students?

Some 20,000 California “students cannot afford to wait any longer.”

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As the father of children in New York public schools, comedian Louis CK has become a poster-parent for protest against  Common Core .

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As the father of children in New York public schools, comedian Louis CK has become a poster-parent for protest against Common Core .

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LA Unified began training teachers for the new  Common Core  curriculum two years ago.  Last year, it was introduced in kindergarten and grades one, six and nine. How important is it?

It's a Brave New World for LA Unified

LA Unified began training teachers for the new Common Core curriculum two years ago.  Last year, it was introduced in kindergarten and grades one, six and nine. How important is it?

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