Superintendent John Deasy wants to delay the plan for at least on year, but officials warn implementing it could cost up to $4 million.
Sweltering temperatures throughout Southern California will limit student activity on the first day of school for the school district.
Statewide budget cuts are forcing students to come up with alternative ways of making sure they can get the classes they need to graduate.
And anyone else who thinks they will learn how to beat a machine that’s specifically designed and programmed to return 97 cents for every dollar played, probably isn’t college material anyway.
Zumba might be 10 years old, but it’s growing every day — by leaps and bounds.
The nation’s second-largest school district is delaying its early-start plan to begin classes in mid-August.
No gym class! No travel! No crowded classrooms…
The Los Angeles Unified School District gets a belated start Monday as students return to classes nearly a week after the normal start time.