Celebrating a Greater LA
Greater LA Celebrates 3 Years Impactful of Success and Launches New Scholarship in Honor of Dr. Debra Duardo.
Eric & Christine Alegria Public Service Scholarship
The Greater LA Education Foundation is proud to offer this scholarship award to students interested in pursuing studies and a career in public service. Students with demonstrated community awareness and financial need who plan to graduate from an eligible high school in a South Bay city by June 2023 are encouraged to apply today!
Announcing the 2023 Teachers of the Year Equitable Innovation Grant Recipients
The Greater LA Education Foundation is thrilled to award $60,000 in grants to Los Angeles County educators through the 2023 Teachers of the Year Equitable Innovation Grant program.
2022 TOY Equitable Innovation Grant Impact Data
In February of 2020, the students at Wright Middle School had been rehearsing for their musical production of the Little Mermaid when stay-at-home orders went into place and virtual learning began. The students continued to rehearse over Zoom, practicing their...
Resources to Support Multlingual Learners
Multilingual families in our communities are growing. By 2025, districts will need to provide transitional kindergarten options for all four-year-olds. The time is now to recruit, prepare, and support the early childhood educators districts will need to teach their...
Announcing the 2021-22 Teachers of the Year Equitable Innovation Grant Recipients
The Greater LA Education Foundation (GLA) and the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) have selected the second annual grantees for the Teachers of the Year Equitable Innovation Grant program. The Equitable Innovation Grant program invests in educator-led...
Network for Advancing a Diverse and Culturally Responsive Workforce
The Greater Los Angeles Education Foundation and Los Angeles County Office of Education recognize the value of an educator workforce that reflects the demographic diversity of our nation and is equipped with the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to support the learning of diverse learners.
Los Angeles College Accelerator Network
LACOE and the GLA are excited to launch the Los Angeles College Accelerator Network (LA-CAN), a regional effort to strengthen district and community college partnerships and expand equitable access to high-quality dual enrollment opportunities and advising supports across the county.
Earn, Learn, Play
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday announced the launch of an online platform to connect the city and county’s youth with paid internships and recreational and educational programs over the summer.