Many visionary educators in our District have developed innovative ways to support core instruction in language arts, math, science and social science with the right technology. Teachers and administrators at the newly named Performing Arts Community School at the Diego Rivera Learning complex are applying technology to supporting education in the visual and performing arts as well.
Students, teachers, and administrators were proud to welcome Dr. Guadalupe Rivera Marín (pictured greeting students to the left) to their school on Friday, May 17 to help inaugurate their new digital imagery studio.
As we are well into the 21st century, the District is rapidly expanding possibilities to use video and other rich media content in instruction and to communicate effectively with different audiences. But, how to do this safely and effectively without having a degree in computer science?
As part of the District's continuing commitment to ensure the safety of our students, we are conducting our annual mandated "Child Abuse Awareness" sessions. This important activity helps guarantee that every District employee is ready to respond quickly and appropriately to potential danger signs.
This is the LAUSD of the 21st century. We are working together to leverage technology to transform teaching and learning in the District. Learn more about three key areas where schools will start to see major changes in the 2013-14 year.