Click on each image to see more. Transit to Trails for Inner City Families Save Panhe and San Onofre! Shared use of schools, pools, and parks, and UTLA PE Health Campaign How can L.A. create better places to play? Baldwin Hills, Human Health and Oil Wells Rio de Los Angeles State Park and Revitalizing L.A. [...]
Yearly Archives: 2007
Teacher Cathy Figel urges you to take action to help students move more, eat well, stay healthy, and do their best in school and in life as part of the United Teachers of Los Angeles campaign. Learn more about the campaign and contact LAUSD officials.
Teacher Darin Yamada discusses the need for qualified physical education teachers as part of the campaign of the United Teachers of Los Angeles. Learn more about the UTLA PE campaign.
Teacher Denise Robinson explains why PE classes should be limited to 55 students as part of the physical education campaign of the United Teachers of Los Angeles. Learn more about the UTLA PE campaign.
The City Project’s Executive Director Robert Garcia works with UTLA to help students move more, eat well, stay healthy, and do their best in school. LAUSD does not enforce PE laws but must.
United Teachers of Los Angeles Vice President Josh Pechthalt talks about limiting class size to 55 students, enforcing PE laws requiring 20 minutes of PE per day, and having certified PE teachers. Learn more about the campaign.
The City Project joins People for Parks and others in urging the City Council to support Councilmember Tom Labonge’s motion for joint use of parks and schools. The City Project has long advocated for the joint use of parks and schools to optimize the scarce use of land and public resources in Los Angeles, and [...]
View all image sizes In California, 73% of fifth, seventh, and ninth graders did not achieve minimum physical fitness standards in 2004. In LAUSD, 87% of students were not physically fit. Yet in 2006, 51% of school districts studied in California, including LAUSD, did not enforce statutory physical education requirements. At LAUSD’s South Gate High [...]
Dear Friends, As reported in the New York Times, The City Project is “working to broaden access to parks and open space for inner city residents and, more recently, to fight childhood obesity by guaranteeing that city students get enough physical education.” The City Project advocates for places and policies for children to move more, [...]
Donating stocks or securities can allow you to accomplish three goals: give a donation to The City Project, reduce your taxes, and continue to own stocks or securities you believe can appreciate more. Donating stock can be better than giving cash Charities are happy to accept it, and you can save a substantial amount in [...]