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East Los Angeles College average salary is $46,432, median salary is $46,432 with a salary range from $46,432 to $46,432.
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Elementary School Teacher 46,432-46,432 Riverton, UT, 84065 2010 East Los Angeles College Elementary School Teacher Salaries (1)
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  • East Los Angeles College
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  • City: Monterey Park, CA
  • The East Los Angeles College Foundation has provided supplemental financial support to the Jaime Escalante Math & Science Program since its arrival to East Los Angeles College. Jaime Escalante, himself, transferred his program to the College. The intensive program approach was established in 1980 by Jaime Escalante, a teacher in East Los Angeles, whose inspirational teaching methods motivated a group of Latino students at Garfield High School. These students, working with Mr. Escalante, studied calculus in preparation for the national Advanced Placement Examination in that subject. The remarkable success of the students caused the College Board (administering agency) to question...