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LA - Briefing on Stressed Schools - Tuesday, May 8th

Posted: Apr 25, 2012

SCHOOLS UNDER STRESS
8 Factors Show Mounting Pressures on CA’s Largest School Districts

WHAT: EdSource surveyed the state’s 30 largest school districts over a 9-month period on how they are responding to the budget crisis and the recession. Eight stress factors were identified to gauge where key pressure points are hitting local schools, from teacher layoffs to increasing poverty.

EdSource is one of California’s leading education research and reporting organizations.

WHO: Louis Freedberg, Executive Director, EdSource
WHEN: May 8, 2012, 11:00am-12:30pm (Lunch Will Be Provided)

WHERE: Japanese American Cultural & Community Center
Garden Room B, 244 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

RSVP: Dana Levine, dlevine@newamericamedia.org, 415-503-4170

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