A day after resigning, the now-former superintendent of the LAUSD John Deasy defended his record and blasted his critics.
Outgoing Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy hinted Friday at a run for public office, but he would not say exactly what post he might seek.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy tendered his resignation Thursday to the Board of Education.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy is expected to resign, according to multiple reports.
A $1.1 million plan aimed at fixing class-scheduling issues at Jefferson High School will be discussed by the Los Angeles Unified School District board Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board will consider a $1.1 million plan aimed at resolving class-scheduling issues at Jefferson High school at their meeting Tuesday.
Officials from the Los Angeles Unified School District met with administrators and teachers at Jefferson High School Thursday to discuss class-scheduling problems that prompted a judge to order immediate intervention from the state Department of Education.
The LAUSD Board of Education may be one step closer to determining the future of Superintendent John Deasy.
Educators at every LAUSD school wore red Tuesday in a show of unity ahead an October job performance review of controversial Superintendent John Deasy.
Brown signed SB1405 on Monday, about a month after it unanimously passed both houses of the Legislature.
Attorney Luis Carrillo was expected to argue the school district is allegedly trying to get the witness to “correct” erroneous statements about claims linked to the troubled school.
Complaints of misconduct against a Los Angeles Unified school teacher who was convicted last year of spoon-feeding his semen to his students first surfaced over 30 years ago, according to reports Friday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has won a $13 million federal grant to expose students from sixth grade and up to college.
School police will return some military weapons received through a federal program that provides surplus equipment to local law enforcement, officials said Wednesday.
Los Angeles Unified School District Police officials are considering whether they need the armored vehicle and grenade launchers they received from the U.S. military.