Civil rights groups sued the Los Angeles Unified School District Wednesday, alleging that millions of dollars intended to help low income, foster care and English-learner students were diverted to special education services.
A bill moving through the California Legislature would mandate public hearings before schools accept military gear such as rifles and tanks.
New LAUSD Budget Gives Teachers 10 Percent Raise, Cuts Hundreds Of Jobs; Superintendent To Step Down
The new budget envisions the layoffs of hundreds of staff members but also provides the first salary hikes in nearly a decade.
A celebrated Los Angeles Unified teacher filed a claim against the district Monday alleging his due process rights were violated and his reputation irreparably harmed after being removed from his classroom earlier this year.
Rafe Esquith, a teacher at Hobart Elementary in Koreatown, became the subject of controversy after a fellow teacher reportedly complained about Esquith reciting a passage from Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” in the classroom.
The parent of a student at a Maywood school says dozens of parents have signed a petition asking the district to remove the school’s head.
Rafe Esquith was removed from the classroom at a Koreatown elementary school after a teacher complained about Esquith reciting a passage from Mark Twain’s classic “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
Van Nuys Airport and the Los Angeles Unified School District are enriching the caliber of science education for public school students.
Only on CBS2/KCAL9, Rafe Esquith’s attorney fires back at the Los Angeles Unified School District, saying the allegations are ruining a great man’s reputation for no reason.
A new stream of state funds intended to provide greater educational equity for at-risk students in Los Angeles is largely going for other purposes, a study released Monday found.
Are local children playing in school yards contaminated with lead? That is a question that some members of a Boyle Heights community have been asking for nearly two years and they soon may have an answer.
L.A. School Board Member Monica Garcia co-authored a resolution to reboot and extend the plan, with an audit on its effectiveness and services, to help incoming high school seniors graduate.
Maria Sanchez, a teacher at Western Avenue Elementary School in Los Angeles, says teamwork benefits a student’s learning curve directly.
In what is being billed as a major reversal, Los Angeles school officials may be set to vote on a plan that would allow students with a “D” grade to graduate.
Parents Demand Principal To Step Down For Allegedly Discriminating Against Spanish-Speaking, Special Ed Students
A crowd picketed and chanted “It’s gotta stop, Grady has got to go!” outside John Mack Elementary School Wednesday. They say more than 100 students boycotted the school this week.