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After COVID-19, Let’s Build Back Better

Build Back Better has become the mantra of post-disaster reconstruction, since the United Nations’ 2006 report, “Key Propositions for Building Back Better.” It points out that disasters can be leveraged as opportunities for change and improvement.   “Education has been…
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Partnership with HBCUs Helps At-risk Students Realize Their Dreams of Higher Education

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are known for helping students of color and opportunity youth access an affordable and quality higher education. Realizing that high SAT scores and GPAs aren’t necessarily indicators of student success in college, HBCUs instead…
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Every Student Should Have the Right to Unlimited Wi-Fi Access

As a high school student in 1980, I served as a Senate Page. Every morning, I attended school on the third floor of the Library of Congress and then crossed the street to work in the Senate for rest of…
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How Teachers Can Address Student Trauma – Especially During Distance Learning

Before you can reach a student’s head to learn, you need to reach their heart and earn their trust. Nearly a third of teenagers have experienced a trauma or are in a chronic state of trauma such as abuse, homelessness,…
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Learn4Life is Closing the Achievement Gap for Minorities and Poorer Students

What options do low-income families have if their neighborhood school is subpar? Affluent parents have many choices – they can move to a good school district or opt for a private school. If the school doesn’t have tutors, mentors or…
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The Learning Report – April 2021
Autism Awareness Month is a chance to highlight the one in 59 children diagnosed with autism…

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The Learning Report – March 2021
In just one year, Ayat Aldoori moved across the globe, learned English and graduated from…

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Fordham Institute: Robbers or Victims? Charter Schools and District Finances
Opponents of charters contend that they drain district coffers, while proponents argue that it is…

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The Learning Report – February 2021
Kids who love animals often dream of becoming a veterinarian someday. But like any career…

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  • Press Releases
Justices Overturn Ruling that Would Have Closed Five San Diego County High Schools
In a major win for Opportunity Youth in California, an appeals court overturned a 2019…

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Pets Lend a Paw to Help Students in Veterinary Science CTE Classes During Remote Learning
Kids who love animals often dream of becoming a veterinarian someday. But like any career…

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The Learning Report – January 2021
What is one of the most powerful tools to prevent teens from taking a troubled…

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  • Press Releases
Should We Fail Struggling Students or Lower Standards During the Pandemic?
High absenteeism and failing grades have plagued high schools during the past 10 months of…

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UCLA Study
Youth experiencing homelessness have many challenges that affect their school attendance and performance. COVID-19 has…

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  • Press Releases
If You Think Remote Learning is Challenging for High School Students, Imagine Being Homeless
  LOS ANGELES – (November 19, 2020) – When you’re not sure where you’re going…

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  • Newsletter
The Learning Report – November / December 2020
Under the direction of Chef Shanel Burnias, culinary CTE pathway students are cooking together on video…

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  • Press Releases
High School Media Arts Students Find Workarounds to Keep Their Project Alive Outside of the Studio Classroom
LOS ANGELES (November 13, 2020) – No studio equipment. No access to fancy editing software.…

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  • Newsletter
The Learning Report – October 2020
This month we celebrate a permanent classroom for our rural students, thanks to the new AMOR…

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  • Press Releases
Culinary Students Keep on Chopping…Remotely
Ever since Julia Childs stepped in front of a TV camera 57 years ago to…

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  • Press Releases
Career Technical Education Pathway Gives Students a Chance to be the Expert-on-Call
When Learn4Life high schools transitioned to distance learning, distributing laptops and hotspots to all students…

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How are students in rural communities coping with school challenges?
Approximately 35 miles west of Fresno is the agricultural town of Mendota with a population…

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  • Newsletter
The Learning Report – September 2020
Learn4Life is celebrating a new partnership with the 1890 Foundation for HBCU Week that provides…

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  • Press Releases
New Charter High School for At-risk Students Coming to Austin in August
AUSTIN, Tex. (September 15, 2020) – Austin has thousands of residents who are considered Opportunity…

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How One High School is Helping Underserved Students with On-site Healthcare Needs and No-cost COVID-19 Testing
Among the challenges low-income families face, access to healthcare is just as much a concern…

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Now is the Worst Time to Hinder School Choice
While legislation is being considered to aid public schools in dealing with the remote learning…

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