All Means All: Enhancing Supports and Resources for Our LGBTQ+ Students
Schools must be safe and supportive for all students. My resolution stems directly from students in the East Valley, who identified policy changes to help our schools become more inclusive places for learning by improving all-gender restroom accessibility and training, partner to survey students and update district policies, and create anti-bullying pilot for all school stakeholders. Read full resolution here.
Increasing Opportunities and Supports for Our Homeless Students and Families
Over 16,000 students in our district are expercining homelessness and at some schools up to 18% of their student body are homeless. This resolution directs the Superintendent and his team to explore innovative solutions to provide permanent and/or interim housing for homeless students and their families. Read the full resolution here.
Opening Doors to College and Career Opportunities for Our Students
Provides the SAT/ACT for all high school juniors during the school day at no cost to students. By offering the SAT or ACT for our juniors, we can remove a potential barrier to college acceptance and ensure every student is ready for college and careers. Read the full resolution here.
Achieving Excellence for All: Establishing a Framework for Continuous Improvement
This framework will allow the District to identify and provide more supports to schools that are struggling, so that they can continue to improve. It will also let parents and community members understand how their school is doing.
We know that all kids, regardless of background, can learn at high levels. In order to support schools and make continued progress, we need better information on how our schools are doing. The performance framework will allow us to look at all of our different types of schools through the same lens of success. Read the full resolution here.
Advancing Equity in Our Tax System and Advocating for the Full and Fair Funding of Public Education
Supports legislation (AB 2808) that would increase LCFF funding so that our primary mechanism of education funding would be boosted to more appropriate levels. As well as legilsation (AB 2731) that would close the close the carried interest loophole, one of the biggest tax loopholes in our tax system which currently only benefits hedge fund managers or private equity firms. Read the full resolution here.
Urging California to Reclaim Its Leadership in Education by Increasing Investment in Schools
Did you know California is 46th in the Country in funding for our schools? It's time for Sacramento to fully fund our education. My resolution calls on the state to raise per-pupil spending to make California the leader in education funding. Read the full resolution here.
Creating Pathways to Lifelong Success for Our Students
The resolution builds on LAUSD’s goal of 100% high school graduation, ensuring that all students are adequately prepared to attend higher education and have access to a rewarding career. Read the full resolution here.
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2019-2020 School Year
- Supporting SB 419 to Ensure that All California Schools End Suspensions for Disruption or Defiance (Res-004-19/20)
- Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month (Res-007-19/20)
- Celebrating Latino Heritage Month (Res-012-19/20)
- Declaring LAUSD National Voter Registration & Mock Election Days
- October as National Principals’ Month (Res-008-19/20)
- California Clean Air Day: Protecting the Planet and the Health and Safety of Los Angeles Unified School District Students (Res-010-19/20)
2018-2019 School Year
- Equal Voter Registration Access for All through Celebrating National Voter Registration Day (Res-003-18/19)
- Schools and Communities First Funding Act in 2020 (Res-004-18/19)
- Ensuring a Complete Count of Los Angeles Unified School District Communities, Families, and Students in the 2020 Census (Res-006-18/19)
- Building Healthier Communities and Lives for Californians through Investment in Community-Based Prevention (Res-021-18/19)
- Celebrating Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day (Res-022-18/19)
- Demanding Action on DREAMs Deferred: Finding a Permanent Resolution for Undocumented Youth and Temporary Protected Status Beneficiaries (Res-029-18/19)
- Making Good on Los Angeles Unified School District’s Commitment to All Students: Maximizing the Talents and Gifts of African American Students by Putting Equity into Action (Res-025-18/19)
- Celebrating Bold, Courageous, and Powerful Women: Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage (Res-026-18/19)
- Supporting Lowering Expanding Voting Age Rights to 16 Years and Over for Los Angeles Unified School District Board Member Elections (Res-030-18/19)
- Celebrating Teacher and Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week (Res-038-18/19)
- State Support for the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Early Learners (Res-039-18/19)
- Supporting an Expanded and Identity-Affirming Dress Code Policy for all Schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (Res-032-18/19)
- Advocating for College Access, Success, and Equity for All Los Angeles Unified School District Graduates (Res-051-18/19)
- Successful School Climate: Safe, Respectful, and Learning for All! (Res-052-18/19)
2017-2018 School Year
- Urging the Federal Government to Meet Its Commitment to America’s Children and Schools by Supporting the IDEA Full Funding Act (Res-002-17/18)
- LAUSD High School Voter Education Weeks (September 18 – 29, 2017 and April 2018) (Res-013-17/18)
- Commemorating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the National Day of Service (Res-023-17/18)
- Strengthening Protections for Victims of Harassment (Res-022-17/18)
- Creating a Birth to Eight Roadmap for Success in Los Angeles (Res-020-17/18)
- Celebration of Black History Month 2018 (Res-024-17/18)
- Declaring March as Immigrant Student, Family, and District Staff Month (Res-025-17/18)
- Responsible Healthcare Providers (Res-026-17/18)
- Celebrating Adult Education Week 2018 (Res 029-17/18)
- Safeguarding Our Schools: Demanding Common Sense Gun Laws and Best Practices to Protect our Students and Staff (Res-030-17/18)
- Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the 1968 Student Walkouts for Educational Justice (Res 028-17/18)
- National Autism Awareness Month (Res-031-17/18)
- A New Generation of Leaders for Los Angeles, California, and the Nation (Res-038-17/18)
- Empowering Today’s Learners for Tomorrow’s Increasingly Digital World through Access and Equity of Digital Tools and Resources (Res-039-17/18)
- Classified School Employee Week 2018 (Res-043-17/18)
- Supporting Legislation to Increase Our Ability to Generate Revenue for Local Schools (Res-046-17/18)
- Realizing the Promise for All: Close the Gap by 2023! (Res-047-17/18)
- Increasing Supports for LGBTQ+ Students, Their Families and Schools (Res-048-17/18)
- Apologizing for the 1968 LAUSD Board of Education Majority’s Traumatic Physical and Psychological Response Towards the Participants of the East Los Angeles Walkouts for Educational Justice (Res-049-17/18)
- Creating Children’s College Savings Accounts to Help Families Save for College (Res-052-17/18)