November 18 the Los Angeles Unified School District will vote on a resolution that can make Ethnic Studies a high school graduation requirement. Support youth who deserve access to courses that address their culture, history, and have shown to have positive academic outcomes for students
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LAUSD Board Member Kayser, sponsor of the resolution to make Ethnic Studies a graduation requirement:
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Keynote speaker, Dr. Maulana Karenga at CPES Ethnic Studies Summit, on October 18, 2014 at CSU Long Beach:
More than two hundred tribes and bands are represented by Indian and Alaskan Native children enrolled in LAUSD. There are over 2,300 students who identify as American Indian/Alaskan Native. We need Ethnic Studies Now as a graduation requirement!
CPES Ethnic Studies Summit - October 14, 2014 9AM-5PM - CSU Long Beach
Alex Caputo Pearl, president of the 2nd largest teachers union local in the country, spoke in support of our Ethnic Studies resolution in his remarks to the LAUSD Board of Education yesterday. We're grateful to have his support! To skip to the section he speaks about Ethnic Studies, click here: 00:18