Equitable Enrollment Resolution Collaborative Group
This Board Resolution states that the Governing Board of the Los Angeles Unified School District commits to ensuring that all students have equitable access to high-quality educational programs, including District choice programs; and that particular focus be given to students who have been historically underserved, including low-income students, students of color, students with disabilities, homeless youth, foster youth, and all typologies of English learners (including Standard English Learners, newly arrived English Learners, Dual Language Learners, long term English Learners, and dually classified students).
The Collaborative Group is composed of experts in the field of school desegregation, Los Angeles City Council members, Mayors from unincorporated cities, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. This Group is to have a frank discussion on segregation in Los Angeles, inform Angelenos of the issues of segregation and gentrification, the impact of poverty and segregation, to analyze the available data and recommend additional elements to be collected, and report back to the Board with findings and proposals to ensure greater equity in enrollment in both neighborhood schools and schools or programs of choice for students in all parts of the District.
Below are updates on the meetings held to date:
Collaborative Group Kickoff Meeting (Thursday, June 18)
- Presentation Slides
- District Fingertip Facts
- Information about District Choice Programs
Collaborative Group - Homework (After Thursday, June 18)
- Preview of Slides and Data for Next Meeting