Stevenson Middle School to Lose State Funding

By EGP News Report

(EGPNews) – A struggling middle school in unincorporated East Los Angeles is among 16 LA Unified School District Schools that failed to sufficiently raise test scores and will be losing California’s Quality Education Investment Act (QEIA) funds, according to the Daily Breeze.

Stevenson Middle School, run by the Partnership for Los Angeles Schools, will lose about $900 per student for missing its API target by just one point, the Daily Breeze reported.

Collectively, the 16 LAUSD schools will lose about $60,000 million and are among about 130 schools statewide that will be dropped from the program on July 1, according to the newspaper.

Nine LAUSD high schools, four middle and five elementary schools in LAUSD will lose the funding.

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June 28, 2012  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.


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