The Los Angeles Unified School District board has extended Superintendent John Deasy’s two-year contract by a year.
The superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District said Monday that the school year will likely end in April if the state and federal budget crisis isn’t resolved.
The district faces a “substantially shorter school year” along with cuts to transportation, magnet schools, and honors classes if voters reject proposed tax hikes next month.
Attorneys were also expected to lay out new policies and procedures they want implemented at schools nationwide to protect children in classrooms from sexual abuse.
Two former dropouts will join members of the Los Angeles Unified School District Friday morning to launch the fifth annual Student Recovery Day.
Los Angeles city officials teamed up with the Los Angeles Unified School District to launch a new program Monday that aims to reduce juvenile misconduct on Metro buses.
Some Miramonte Elementary teachers returned to the South Los Angeles school on Tuesday after they were removed earlier this year following a child abuse scandal involving one of their colleagues.
California will become one of the first states in the nation to begin implementing the new rigorous Common Core State Standards, the first-ever national guide outlining what every public school student should know.
Faced with a shocking case of a teacher accused of playing classroom sex games with children for years, Los Angeles schools Superintendent John Deasy delivered another jolt: He removed the school’s entire staff — from custodians to the principal — to smash what he called a “culture of silence.”
A vote on Thursday to approve the Los Angeles Unified School District budget for next year faces stiff opposition from the district’s own superintendent.
If approved, the tax would have required property owners to pay an extra $298 a year for five years to raise $255 million to help fund district school operations.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board is debating a proposal Tuesday that would require all students to take advanced courses and earn at least a “C” in order to graduate.
For Los Angeles schools chief John Deasy, it’s been Friday the 13th for his entire first year on the job.
The new “Food For Thought” breakfast program will provide meals to students at 267 schools within the Los Angeles Unified School District next year.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board approved a budget-balancing plan Tuesday that would save the majority of school programs if furlough and salary agreements can be reached with labor unions and if voters support a $298 parcel tax.
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