Programs

Professional Development

Professional Development Guided by Teachers for Teachers

May 19, 2016

All Green Dot Days are days devoted to professional development and provided throughout the school year. We are an ever-evolving organization and we believe that our professional development should reflect that.

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Students Succeed

Finding the Right Supports to Help All Students Succeed

May 17, 2016

We’re building a school culture for our students to learn and develop new academic and social skills. We focus on a full inclusion learning environment, so that all our students with special needs have access to the general education setting.

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Jenesse Center

Jenesse Center: Holding a Youthful Conversation on a Serious Topic

May 16, 2016

250 students from Alain Leroy Locke College Preparatory Academy traveled across Los Angeles to take part in a Youth Conversation to raise awareness about teen dating violence, in collaboration with Jenesse Center, a Los Angeles-based domestic violence intervention program.

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Adelante

Adelante: Moving Teachers Forward Toward Their Credential

April 28, 2016

In partnership with Loyola Marymount University, we’ve created the Green Dot Adelante Credentialing Program. The program aims to support a cohort of soon-to-be teachers as they earn their preliminary teaching credential and teach in a Green Dot Public School.

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college culture

College Culture and Deep Dish Pizza: An Interview with Fairley High School Principal

April 14, 2016

During their Spring Break, 22 Fairley High School students traveled to Chicago with Principal, Zach Samson, to tour local colleges. Opportunities like this help Green Dot Public Schools create and nurture a college-going culture that sets students up for success.

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Green Dot Vote

Creating Real Community Change, One Green Dot Vote at a Time

March 31, 2016

Voter participation in the communities we serve is historically low. To address the need for more civic engagement among Green Dot families, the Green Dot Votes initiative seeks to register to vote individuals in the community and create a greater understanding of the link between civic engagement and policy change.

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Animo Inglewood students working on robot

Robot vs Robot: The Battle to Build the Best

March 24, 2016

  By Sue Jean Hong, Principal at Ánimo Inglewood Charter High School In South LA, technology-fueled educational opportunities can be few and far between. However, Green Dot schools Ánimo Inglewood Charter High School, Ánimo Pat Brown Charter High School, Ánimo Leadership Charter High School, and Alain Leroy Locke College Preparatory Academy are doing just that.…

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Healthy Community

5 Capitals Needed for a Healthy Community

March 10, 2016

A healthy community must possess five different kinds of capital:
1. Human; 2. Social; 3. Political; 4. Intellectual, and, 5. Financial.
No single form of capital can be dominant; unrestrained by the others, each can create its own types of imbalance, and accompanying problems.

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sxswedu

From South LA to Ivy League: The Official SXSWedu Panel by Green Dot Public Schools

March 4, 2016

For Ánimo Pat Brown alumni Alvaro Quintero and Jose Rodriguez, the SXSWedu panel serves as an opportunity to share their story of transition from high school in South LA to the Ivy League.

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Athletics & Academics – A sound mind in a sound body

March 1, 2016

These are just the kind of values and determination that students need to help propel them to opportunity and achievement.

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