Learning Denied: The Case for Equitable Access to Effective Teaching in California’s Largest School District
Today, The Education Trust—West releases the findings of a two- year-long study of data from the second largest school district in the nation, revealing profound inequities in access to effective teaching. In Learning Denied: The Case for Equitable Access to Effective Teaching in California’s Largest School District, The Education Trust—West finds that low-income students and students of color in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) are less likely to be taught by the district’s top teachers – the very teachers capable of closing the district’s achievement gaps. These inequities are exacerbated by teacher mobility patterns and quality-blind layoffs.
|ETW Learning Denied Report.pdf||1.94 MB|
|ETW Learning Denied FAQs.pdf||186.65 KB|
|Learning Denied Exec Summary (English).pdf||312.38 KB|
|Learning Denied Exec Summary (Spanish).pdf||292.98 KB|