Many have wondered what the Chair’s Report on the Common Core Technology Project Ad Hoc Committee actually says. This is the committee that has formally tracked progress and implementation of LAUSD’s ed tech program. We’ve obtained a publicly-released copy of the 118-page report, written under the leadership of LAUSD School Board Member Monica Ratliff (official LAUSD source here) and put it in a publicly annotatable form. (Material in the appendices can be found here.)
Public comments are sought until 8:00 pm, September 8, 2014.
From the cover letter accompanying the report signed by Monica Ratliff and directed to LAUSD School Board Chair Richard Vladovic:
From now through 8:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time on September 8, 2014, I [Ratliff] will be collecting any comments on this Report, whether from Committee Members, External Representatives, LAUSD staff or the general public.
Such comments may be delivered to me, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or to my office at 333 S. Beaudry Ave., 24th Floor, Los Angeles, California 90017.
I will then annex any comments so received to this Report via a supplement, which I will present to you by September 10, 2014.
In order to annotate the document on K12NN, you must create an account at crocodoc.com. You will then be able to highlight portions of text and add your comments. Choose your commenter alias wisely, as K12NN is not responsible for any lapses in privacy in the course of your signing up at crocodoc.com. Your annotations will then be publicly visible on the document pages and on this website. We will forward any comments we receive here to LAUSD School Board Member Monica Ratliff so they can be included in the final report.
Thank you in advance for your civil and substantive comments that are relevant to the acquisition of computers and software by Los Angeles Unified School District. Comments that are spam, profane, not relevant, or illegal or suggesting illegal actions will be removed by the editors of K12NN.
— Cynthia Liu, K-12 News Network
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