Jason Song

Los Angeles Times

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It's been barely more than a week since student protesters -- including the football team -- forced the resignations of the President and the Chancellor of the University of Missouri.

Success in Missouri Brings Student Protest to SoCal

It's been barely more than a week since student protesters -- including the football team -- forced the resignations of the President and the Chancellor of the University of Missouri.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The Los Angeles Times has been reporting on what's called " value added " analysis of standardized test scores.  Last week, the paper revealed that LA Unified had information that…

Re-evaluating LA Schools Using the 'Value-Added' Method

The Los Angeles Times has been reporting on what's called " value added " analysis of standardized test scores.  Last week, the paper revealed that LA Unified had information that…

from Which Way, L.A.?

On Sunday, the  LA Times reported  on how difficult it is to fire a teacher in California, even when evidence of misbehavior appears to be strong.

Getting Rid of Bad Teachers

On Sunday, the LA Times reported on how difficult it is to fire a teacher in California, even when evidence of misbehavior appears to be strong.

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