E4E-LA is asking UTLA voting members to pledge that they will sign up for a microcredential program.
E4E-LA is calling on Superintendent Alberto Carvalho and LAUSD leadership to adopt the differentiated compensation model we’re proposing to address the teacher shortage at historically understaffed schools.
Sign-on petition urging LAUSD Deputy Superintendent of Instruction Dr. Karla V. Estrada and the LAUSD School Board to agree to use a rubric that rates the cultural relevancy of curriculum.
You’ve shared your thoughts with us – now it is vitally important to spread the word to our leaders. Add your name to ask that Superintendent Carvalho meet with E4E educators and ensure that this critical data is central to his plans throughout his term as leader and decision maker.
Make sure your voice is heard. Ensure Superintendent Carvahlo knows where E4E members stand on the issues.
Educators in Los Angeles recognize the need to work towards a culturally responsive and actively antiracist curriculum for students.