L.A. Unified Superintendent Alberto Carvalho wants to dramatically increase the number of high schools offering prestigious online college courses for the fall to boost enrollment and increase pathways to college — but so far the goal is elusive.

In an interview with LA School Report in early May, Carvalho said he was confident 30 schools will offer classes in partnership with the National Education Equity Lab — a not-for-profit program that brings remote classes taught by professors and facilitated by high school teachers to low-income schools across the country.

As of last week, 15 LAUSD high schools had signed up, according to officials at the National Education Equity Lab. But an LAUSD spokesperson said just 10 schools are registered to offer the classes. Click here to read more: https://www.laschoolreport.com/carvalho-wants-30-lausd-high-schools-to-offer-online-college-courses-in-fall/?utm_source=The+74+Million+Newsletter&utm_campaign=32e7f136c2-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2023_04_25_02_50_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_-60f9be30e7-%5BLIST_EMAIL_ID%5D