Koreatown Pico Union Community of Schools
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Welcome to the
Koreatown/Pico Union Community of Schools website
We are so excited to launch this platform for our entire community of parents and students to connect and stay informed. Our goal is to ensure that all stakeholders and other members of our community can access needed information to optimize the academic success of all our students. Below you will find the latest news about our community of schools, resources on how to best support our students throughout the school year, answers to frequently asked questions and further information about the schools of Koreatown/Pico Union.
Our innovative educators and leaders have risen to the challenge to provide the most rigorous, standards-aligned learning experiences for our students in the Koreatown/Pico Union community of schools. We understand the complexities that are faced by all stakeholders in the community and are profoundly proud of all members of the community to engage and innovate with distance learning with such poise and capacity.
Our instructional support team continues to advance and augment instructional practices for our schools. Our current instructional foci are: listening and speaking for understanding and contributing across content areas, the use of backwards planning in our unit design, and preparation for assessments. While we continue to have mandated assessments, I want to reiterate the notion that these assessments are for the purpose of understanding and gauging current student performance so that we can understand current gaps in students knowledge and the appropriate instructional strategies to use for student remediation and enrichment. In essence, the assessment is “assessing to teach”.