Tiffany is the former Social Media Specialist at EdSource.org. Previously she was at Scholastic working for the high school classroom magazine, The New York Times Upfront, where she reported on a feature covering fast fashion and the Bangladesh factory collapse. She received her masters at Columbia Journalism School, and wrote her honors thesis on PBS children’s programming using advanced technology to adapt to the 21st century. While studying English and film at UC Davis, she worked at Henley Media Group in London, helping promote the U.K.’s National Family Week. She was also a columnist at The California Aggie. Tiffany is a Los Angeles area native.
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Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed a law that will make sexual education mandatory for students in grades 7 through 12. Here’s what led up to the law and how it’s being implemented in the classroom.
December 7, 2015
Smarter Balanced test results in: 67 percent of test-takers don't meet math standards, 56 percent don't meet English Language Arts standards. Follow EdSource's comprehensive coverage, along with additional resources to help the public understand what the scores mean.