Put Our Children 1st
We all want our children to have a bright future - more opportunities than we had and a fair chance to achieve their potential and be successful. Yet, it is increasingly clear that a high school diploma does not necessarily mean that graduates will be prepared for higher education or for the world of work. As parents, we want to know that no matter where we live or what school district, school or classroom our children are in, all students have access to high-quality education and provided the necessary resources to achieve.
What is the Parent Academy?
The Parent Academy is an innovative parent engagement program for parents with a four-year-old child that can change the course of student achievement by engaging parents in nine weeks of activities that will help you understand the types of support your children need to succeed in school, as well as, empower you to advocate for your children, thereby, playing a key role in closing the achievement gap.
To begin the application click here Cohort 1 Registration
To Register: Call 323-299-9660, ext. 2247 or 2281
Donate to I Matter2 Campaign
Under the executive leadership of Dr. Patricia Phipps, Vive President of Early Education and Development, the League is taking a fresh, innovative, and exciting new approach to ensuring that our children have the best and brightest start on their academic journey. We recognize that it takes a village to raise a child, in turn, not only does early education matter...
LAUSD Candidate Forum
Please join us to hear from candidates running for the School Board District 1 seat of Los Angeles Unified School District. Invited candidates include: Genethia Hudley-Hayes, Alex Johnson, Rachel C. Johnson, Omarosa O. Manigault, Hattie B. McFrazier, George McKenna and Sherlett Hendy Newbill.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 @ 5:30 pm
California African American Museum
600 State Drive, Exposition Park
Los Angeles, Ca. 90037
Parent Empowerment Kit
The Parent Empowerment Kit is a collection of resources to motivate, inform and prepare parents to support their children on the topic of the California Standardized Test (CST) and the California Academic High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). Refer to this empowerment kit regularly to find resources that will help you support your child on these very important tests.
City of Los Angeles Economic & Workforce Development Department
Getting LA Back 2 Work is a federally funded program offering up to $10,000 for training to qualified candidates. There is HELP available specifically for employees who were either: 1) laid-off or 2) laid off but returned to work with a loss in wages from one of the companies listed at www.wiblacity.org/b2w . Supportive services (bus tokens, work clothes, tools, child care, etc.) and job placement services are also offered.
LAUL President Rollins on Local Edition
Spirit of Service
President Obama at 2012 NUL Conference