Resources for Schools, Teachers, Parents, and the Community
Essays & Reports
Principals & Teachers
Pasadena Unified School District
Pasadena Unified School District – www.pusd.us
PUSD serves 17,000 students PreK-12 in 29 schools in Pasadena, Altadena, and Sierra Madre.
Pasadena Unified School District Employees Payroll Deductions – PUSD employees can now automatically donate to PEF through deductions via your paycheck on a monthly basis by filling out a Payroll Deduction Form and submitting it to PEF in Room 153 at the Ed Center. Thank you for supporting us!
California State & Local Resources
Pasadena Education Network – www.penfamilies.org
PEN is a 501c3 non-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote family participation in public education.
California Consortium of Education Foundations – www.cceflink.org
CCEF is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to improving public education by building the capacity of the 600 local education foundations in California.
One Pasadena: Tapping the Community’s Resources to Strengthen the Public Schools (2006)– A Report to the Pasadena Educational Foundation By Richard D. Kahlenberg. View Report
Better Together: How Innovative Mixed-Income Magnet Schools Can Benefit All Children in Pasadena Unified School District (2016)– A Report to the Pasadena Educational Foundation By Richard D. Kahlenberg. View Report
California Department of Education – www.cde.ca.gov/ta/ac/cm/
The California Department of Education’s core purpose is to lead and support the continuous improvement of student achievement, with a specific focus on closing achievement gaps.
ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career – www.connectedcalifornia.org is dedicated to advancing practice, policy, and research aimed at helping young people prepare for both college and career through Linked Learning—a high school improvement approach now being used in PUSD with the support of the James Irvine Foundation.
Pasadena Measures I and J
The Pasadena Educational Foundation endorsed Pasadena Measures I and J which passed on the November 6, 2018.