Alliance was founded in 2004 by longtime Los Angeles educators and community leaders who wanted to strengthen public education in our city. Motivated by their deep belief in the promise of all children and driven by a fierce commitment to social justice, they created Alliance College-Ready Public Schools.

At Alliance we amplify the voices of our families through different programs and through our wonderful school-based Parent Engagement Specialists. Parents can participate in carefully curated workshops and learn about legislation that directly impacts their children and their communities. Alliance families are our partners in advocating for high-performing, college-preparatory public education.




Anti-Racism Work 

Get Informed


Take Action

  • Vote
  • Reach out to elected officials 
    • Call or write to state legislators, federal legislators, and your governor to end solitary confinement in excess of 15 days. It is considered torture by the UN, and it is used more frequently on Black/African-American and Latino prisoners. For more information on solitary, one good overviews can be found here.

Recursos en español

  • Consejos para hablar con tus hijos sobre las protestas y el racismo
  • ¿Cómo hablar con los hijos sobre el racismo y la discriminación?
  • First 5 LA: 5 recursos de Los Ángeles para hablar con los niños sobre la raza y la desigualdad racial

Black Lives Matter

Resources for Black/African American communities
Meditation For Dealing With Racial Trauma
Self-Care Tips

Support Black businesses. Here are a few examples:
The Black Wallet
Official Black Wall Street

Learn more
In response to the uprisings across the globe demanding justice for Black lives, the Schomburg Center has created a Black Liberation Reading List. The titles on the list represent books the Schomburg Center turns to regularly as activists, students, archivists, and curators, with a particular focus on books by Black authors.

Immigrant Rights
We partner with our scholars, families and staff to provide resources like the Immigrant Rights Toolkit as well as provide a list of organizations that provide support. 

CARECEN empowers Central Americans and all immigrants by defending human and civil rights, working for social and economic justice and promoting cultural diversity. CARECEN is committed to providing high-quality, affordable immigration legal services.

2845 W. 7th St., Los Angeles, CA 90005 
(213) 385-7800
CHIRLA (Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights) 
CHIRLA is recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) to provide immigration legal services at low-cost to its members.
2533 West 3rd Street, Suite 101, Los Angeles, CA 90057
(213) 353-1333

Charter Renewals

Charter Schools are governed under the 1993 Charter School Act and must seek reauthorization every five years. When an Alliance school is up for renewal, parents, staff and scholars share their public charter school experience with the Los Angeles United School District (LAUSD) Board Members through letter-writing campaigns and public comments during LAUSD Board meetings. The day of the renewal vote, the One Alliance spirit comes to life as scholars, families, and staff rally outside LAUSD headquarters.