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Los Angeles Unified Announces Strategic Plan to Increase Growth Across Local School

Last Updated on November 29, 2022 by Deandre Barrett
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Written By Deandre Barrett  |  News  |  0 Comments | November 18, 2022

Alberto M. Carvalho, the Superintendent of Los Angeles Unified School District, announced today organizational changes aimed at aligning the school system’s purpose, functions, and positions to the new 2022-26 Strategic Plan. 

This change will help the district to continue its success in getting more students to attend school and do better on tests than other schools in America. The financial assessments from three agencies show that this is a good idea for the district financially.

The district has developed a three-phase strategy for this school year, which includes combining the six Local Districts into four Regional offices to support their neighborhood schools better. The resources that they have will help improve the education of students and their families. They will now have a clear purpose and message in their education. 

The coordination between programs and policies will also help them achieve more success. This effort should result in increased efficiency and effectiveness through need-based standardized staffing.

The decision to combine the schools is expected to save Los Angeles Unified $40 million, which will be used toward its educational goals. Alberto Carvalho became district superintendent nine months ago; their goals seem to align with what the school district desires. The Los Angeles Unified School District is America’s second-largest school district, with about 420,000 pupils in Los Angeles and adjacent cities throughout LAs County.

According to a quote from Alberto Carvalho, “Los Angeles Unified is a $20 billion organization entrusted with providing a world-class education so that our students graduate prepared and inspired to become the next generation of changemakers and leaders,” Superintendent Carvalho continued. “This alignment is critical to ensuring that we are working together to build cultures and systems of change and success.”

Los Angeles Unified continues to move forward with Alberto Carvalho’s plan to prepare students beyond Los Angeles Unified. Los Angeles Unified is trying to close the gap between schools with learning loss from the pandemic. They want to make sure that all schools have the same goals. They do this by using a plan and listening to people’s ideas. They also handed out surveys to get more information on what they could do to complete their goals.

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Conclusion

Local school systems play an essential role in the growth and development of a community. The recent announcement by Los Angeles Unified is a positive step forward in ensuring all students have access to quality education. By increasing growth across local schools, LAUSD is investing in the future of its community. What steps is your school district taking to invest in its community’s future?


Last Updated on November 29, 2022 by Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett is a computer programming major at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He currently juggles a life balance between doing course work and marketing apprenticeships with Acadium. After graduating from the Acadium 3rd cohort in 2020 and finishing creating gaming reviews for Blasting News in 2017. He is now creating content for Student Hires and looks to use his experience to take the company to the next level. Student Hires has been focused on collaborating with K-12 schools & universities, as well as community employers, to create valuable job opportunities for local college & university students.

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