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Posted by: Julio Rojas
Published: 3/8/17

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In our efforts to make testing as positive an experience as possible, English Language Development classes will be using Kagan Strategies to enhance reading/writing skill acquisition through collaboration.  Though not really a radically new idea, testing throughout the District will be shifting from a paper-and-pencil approach to a more cutting edge collaborative model where students work in teams to develop their reading/writing skills (socialized intelligence).  Use of online resources prepares our students for the job force of the 21st Century.

Posted by: Yoshida Gregory
Published: 10/10/16

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Why Choose a Magnet ! On the English language arts portion of the test, 55% of LAUSD magnet students met or exceeded the state’s new learning standards, compared with 39% of students in local charters, the district report showed. In math, 44% of magnet students met those targets, compared with 28% of students in charters.- Reporter Howard Blume, The LA TIMES September 24,2015


! En la porción de la prueba de Artes del idioma de Inglés, el 55% de los estudiantes al LAUSD cumplieron o excedieron las normas del estado, en comparación con el 39% de los estudiantes de las escuelas locales de Charter, mostró el informe del distrito. En matemáticas, el 44% de los estudiantes de Magnet rindieron esos objetivos, en comparación con el 28% de los estudiantes de las escuelas Charter.- Periodista Howard Blume, el LA Times, Septiembre 24, 2015.


Posted by: Mrs. Christian
Published: 3/8/16