Our Impact

Our Impact

Collaboration Benefits L.A. Students

L.A. Compact Signing Event

System leaders enter into collaborative and cross sector partnership to benefit all Los Angeles students

The L.A. Compact signing ceremony was held in the library of the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools Campus to welcome new signatories and re-affirm past signatories commitments. 

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Data Walk Analyzes Student Progress

L.A. Compact Data Walk

L.A. Compact Data Walk engages Compact member to collectively analyze student progress

UNITE-LA released its third and most comprehensive L.A. Compact measures report, entitled “Charting Progress Toward L.A. Compact Goals.”  This report serves as a tool for the community and for L.A. Compact partners to better align and improve our collective impact efforts.

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MPP students put analysis into action

USC MPP students Jeanette Borden, Avery Seretan, Shinquell Green and Christopher Records present research project findings to the L.A. Compact Data Workgroup. (Photo/Tom Queally)

USC Price School of Public Policy students consult on best practices to measure collective impact

The MPP team made recommendations about how the L.A. Compact can improve cradle-to-career data tracking and evaluation of collective impact initiatives.


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Supt. King's Listen and Learn Tour

Supt. King's Listen and Learn Luncheon


LAUSD Superintendent Michele King made a stop at the L.A. Chamber on Wednesday, March 23, as part of her "Listen and Learn Tour" engaging school, community, and civic stakeholders in the development of LAUSD's Strategic Plan.

"Early literacy is one of the biggest priorities I have....Our objective is to educate our kids early on, and have parents understand that value", King was quoted as saying.

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