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Black Student Achievement Plan

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As an official vendor for Los Angeles Unified School District’s Black Student Achievement Plan (BSAP) and Partner for Student Success (PFSS) programs, nonprofit PowerMyLearning is proud to support teachers and students to address disparities in educational outcomes between Black students and their non-Black peers. 

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Programs aligned to the LAUSD Strategic Plan’s pillars:

  • Joy and Wellness via social-emotional learning and creating welcoming learning environments

  • Academic Excellence via high-quality instructional planning and delivery

  • Investing in Staff via professional learning and coaching for teachers 

  • Engagement and Collaboration via PD and coaching for school leaders

  • Operational Effectiveness via data-driven decision making


We have proven impact empowering schools to: 

Increase proficiency in Math and Reading

Increase number of students on track in A-G requirements

Increase SEL Outcomes
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Support teachers with  PD and coaching to:
  • Grow in instructional practice

  • Strengthen relationships with students

  • Build allyship with families 
Support principals and instructional leadership teams to:
  • Grow in instructional leadership

  • Create a joyful climate and culture

  • Strengthen allyship with families 

Support teachers with PD and coaching to:

Grow in instructional practice.

Strengthen relationships with students.

Build allyship with families.

Support principals and instructional leadership teams to:

Grow in instructional leadership.

Create a joyful climate and culture.

Strengthen allyship with families.

“The number one feedback piece is that teachers appreciate the support that they’re getting from PowerMyLearning. And that is no small feat because barriers exist whenever an organization like PowerMyLearning comes in to help.

District Administrator Los Angeles, CA

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PowerMyLearning’s programs meet requirements for Title I, Title II-A, and Title IV-A funds.