The Role of Community Schools In Place-Based Initiatives
We highly encourage you to read The Role of Community Schools In Place-Based Initiatives: Collaborating for Student Success, a publication on the effectiveness of leveraging local community resources for the success of schools, students, and families- including a case study on LAEP's community school work in Los Angeles!
LAEP is a proud member of the West Coast Collaborative, co-publishers of this work, in partnership with the Coalition for Community Schools, Institute for Educational Leadership, and PolicyLink.
Design Challenge 2013 is a wrap!
Thank you to all of our supporters for making this night a success! Together, we will continue to improve public education in Los Angeles
Helen Bernstein Award to Terri Ann Sullivan
The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation
presents LAEP's inaugural
Helen Bernstein Award for Teacher Leadership to
Terri Ann Sullivan
LAEP honors the legacy of Helen Bernstein and her dedication and achievements in education reform both in Los Angeles and across the nation through our first awardee, Terri Ann Sullivan. Terri Ann embodies the spirit of leadership, commitment, and enthusiasm for progress and change that Helen Bernstein modeled.
Terri Ann Sullivan is a lead teacher at the Academy of Medical Arts at Carson High School and a Humanitas teacher for more than 10years. She is a 2011-2012 LAUSD Teacher of the Year for her dedication to excellent and creative teaching. Terri Ann exemplifies extraordinary leadership at her school and in the community by implementing career-themed academics and experiences in the medical field for students at the academy.
Please join us at the Design Challenge to congratulate Terri Ann
Page 2 of 15