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  • www.collegeboard.orgThe UCLA-LAUSD Collaborative is a multi-year effort to increase the graduation and college admittance rates of African-American (AA) students in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).  To support this effort, LAUSD has collaborated with UCLA and the College Board to provide strategic support to principals, teachers, and counselors at selected high schools across the District to close achievement disparities that exist between AA students and other student subgroups.  
     
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  • African American Family Day at Crenshaw High School.

    Posted by MELISSA FRANKLIN on 12/2/2016

    African American Family Day at Crenshaw High School was a great success. Many thanks to L.A. Unified's Superintendent of Schools, Michelle King!

    AA FAMILY DAY

     

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