Baldwin Park Unified is shaking up management at its elementary and middle schools, adding assistant principals and tapping new teachers for the campuses’ leadership teams. Specifically, nine new assistant principal positions have been added at the elementary level. Some will be split among two schools. Also, 17 teachers who serve as coaches to other teachers will replace a team of 17 resource teachers to serve each of the district’s 13 elementary schools and four middle schools.
LA VERNE >> Representatives from almost a dozen school districts throughout Southern California crowded into the President’s Dining Room on the University of La Verne’s campus Thursday morning to sign agreements with making the private college more accessible to local high school students. “What we want to show is we are an option for your success,” said ULV President Devorah Lieberman.
PICO RIVERA >> Teachers packed Tuesday’s the El Rancho Unified school board meeting to vent over low pay and what they said has been a delay in contract negotiations spanning almost half a year. The teachers said they were frustrated over what they called stalled progress on contract negotiations with the district. They also lamented a lack of transparency from the board. “This isn’t child’s play,” said Nadine Segal, a teacher at El Rancho High School who’s been with the district for 17 years.
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