Ex-LA Times Chief Front-Runner For LAUSD Superintendent PostAustin Beutner is being considered for the superintendent position despite running a nonprofit which is in danger of losing its contract with LAUSD for not meeting expectations.
LAUSD Hosts First In Series Of School Safety Town HallsThe event was the first of a handful that will take place in each LAUSD school board area over the next two months. 
LAUSD Board Member Ref Rodriguez Arrested In Pasadena On Suspicion Of Public DrunkennessRodriguez, who is also facing felony campaign fraud allegations, was arrested last month at the Yard House, but was not charged.
LAUSD Board Tackles School Safety, Student Mental HealthA new school safety resolution was introduced at an LAUSD meeting today in response to the alarming spike in school shootings.
On 50th Anniversary Of East LA Walkouts, Students Find Inspiration To Make Their Voices Heard Through ArtStudents showcased their sculptures, paintings and poetry in commemoration of the 1968 walkouts for fair education at L.A. schools.
LAUSD Wants Students To Stay On Campus During Gun Violence WalkoutStudents in the Los Angeles Unified school district were urged to not walk out of school to participate in a planned national protest against gun violence.
Teacher Strips Naked On Elementary School Playground, Chases Nearby StudentsA video taken by a construction worker passing by captured the unidentified teacher putting his pants back on in the middle of the playground.
LAUSD Superintendent Michelle King Announces Retirement PlansMichelle King revealed that she is being treated for cancer.
LAUSD Board OKs Early Start To Fall Semester Despite Parents' GrumblingsSchool's in for summer - at least in the Los Angeles Unified school district.
With Over 250 Schools Closed Due To Fires, LAUSD Keeping Kids Fed At 3 LocationsOver 250 LAUSD schools have been closed due to multiple fires this week. For those students who depend on the food they get at school, the district has set up three locations.
After Past Tech Stumbles, LAUSD Board Votes To Develop App For Emergency, Update NotificationsThe app is intended to replace the traditional system of "antiquated robo-calls and paper surveys," the board said, opting for push notifications for emergencies or general school updates.
Ex-LAUSD Board President Pleads Not Guilty To Campaign FraudRef Rodriguez, who was elected in 2015, stepped down as president but remains on the board. He is accused of forgery and perjury, among other charges.

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