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Participating High Schools Banning High School Marshall High School Bell High School Middle College High School Bravo Medical Magnet High School Narbonne High School Dorsey High School Rancho Dominguez Preparatory School Downtown Magnets High School Reseda High School Fairfax High School South East High School Garfield High School Taft High School Grant High School Washington Preparatory High School Hamilton High School West Adams Preparatory High School John F.
95 Paperback LA217 Gradillas, former principal of Garfield High School, the failing East Los Angeles high school whose remarkable turnaround was the subject of the 1988 hit film Stand and Deliver, partners with writer and English teacher Jesness to share insights that were left on the cutting room floor, namely the school management practices that were integral to the program's success.
Some of the projects the district would fund with the loans include $38 million to replace aging school buses with new, greener and more fuel-efficient vehicles; $25 million to relocate LAUSD employees from leased buildings to downtown district-owned property; and $51 million to repair the auditorium at Garfield High School, which burned down in an arson fire.
Garfield High School through the successful completion of the Educational Testing Service's Advanced Placement Calculus Exams in 1982, has of course practically become legend.
This is the first mobile clinic Bienvenidos will operate in the region, offering health care services at schools in the area - including Torres High School, Wilson High School and Garfield High School - where Bienvenidos already operates health clinics.
Duffy, UTLA president, at a news conference Monday at Garfield High school in East Los Angeles.
Stand and Deliver It has always amazed me that it seemed no one was appalled by the destruction of Jaime Escalante's program at Garfield High School ("Stand and Deliver Revisited," July).
The Campaign to Lower the Voting Age for School Board Elections was started in 2010 by three current and former students at Seattle's Garfield High School, who lobbied their state representatives in Olympia after creating a viral Facebook signature drive.