Partnership for Los Angeles Schools
The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools is a unique collaboration between the City of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District to turnaround LA’s lowest performing schools and to create a model for doing so district wide. Today it is one of the largest public school turnaround projects in the nation, serving nearly 15,000 students across 22 schools in some of the city’s poorest communities.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC), one of America’s leading community banks, announced today it is teaming up with FOX Sports West, Partnership for Los Angeles Schools and the Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings to donate $1,000 for every goal scored by the Kings in the 2013 season, to raise awareness and support technology in classrooms.
Mayor & DIRECTV Announce $200K Investment In Partnership for LA Schools to Support Digital Learning and STEM Education
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and DIRECTV Chairman, President & CEO, Mike White Unveil Multi-Tiered Incentive Program to Inspire Love of Math in Elementary and Middle School Students on National Digital Learning Day.