LAUSD launches ‘Born to Learn’ with USC to help families address early childhood needs

The campaign to help parents is part of the district’s effort to tackle its declining enrollment

Los Angeles Unified School District Supt. Alberto Carvalho announced the district’s “Born to Learn” partnership with the Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center on Tuesday, Nov. 1, with an aim to provide new families with support and help in early childhood development needs.

The “Born to Learn” campaign will be spearheaded by Derrick Chau, LAUSD’s senior executive director for strategy and innovation and is part of the superintendent’s plan announced during his 2022 Opening of Schools address. At the press conference Carvalho said that he wanted LAUSD to be one of the first districts to transition into a school district that supports families “from birth to beyond graduation.” Click here to read more: