Learn4Life’s HOPE Program hosted family-friendly holiday parties at 11 @learn4life learning centers, complete with Photos w/ Santa, Toy Giveaways, Arts & Crafts, and even a visit from ELSA!!
Month: December 2019
In the holiday spirit, our Culinary Arts students made TONS of holiday cookies! 🍪 The variety included cheesecake brownies, chocolate chunk, financiers, madeleines, shortbread, thumbprint cookies, and spritz cookies… all packaged in Gramma’s tins!
New study shows that California’s anti-charter law will be ‘devastating’ for LA students via LASchoolReport.com
After years of growth, the future of California’s charter sector is in doubt. With the passage of Assembly Bill 1505, which places numerous restrictions on the expansion and operation of charter schools in the Golden State, opponents of charters have claimed their biggest prize since the 2016 election when President Donald Trump’s education secretary, Betsy DeVos, replaced […]
High school students at Learn4Life Kings Valley Academy II in Tulare, CA can now earn data analysis certifications through Microsoft’s Imagine Academy, thanks to a partnership between Microsoft, Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG), Jobs for California Graduates (J4CG) and Learn4Life. In-demand STEM-sector jobs such as computer science, IT infrastructure, productivity applications and data science are […]
On December 6, 2019 Issac Ngor changed his story, ringing in his graduation requirements and the next chapter of his life.
As the largest global courier delivery service, UPS delivers 20 million packages every day. So, they are constantly looking for great employees to help with everything from package delivery and management to IT and sales/marketing. So they were eager to partner with us and get some of our highly motivated students on their way to […]
Jazzmine, a vivacious, energetic young lady, became homeless when the rent was raised on her family’s apartment. When their only option became the United Rescue Mission (URM), Jazzmine’s world turned upside down; she was dealing with fear and uncertainty. The family took two busses to get to the URM, and as they neared skid row, […]
A recent report shows that California schools are not identifying their homeless students, and thus not referring them to readily available resources. More than a quarter of schools in California have not identified a single homeless student, yet five to 10 percent of the state’s 4.3 million economically disadvantaged youths, those who qualify for free […]