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.
The LAUSD Superintendent is seeking records between school board members and tech companies involved in the district’s iPad rollout, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The LAUSD board met Tuesday over the district’s heavily-criticized computer tracking system, with the teacher’s union starting to speak out.
Teachers say LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy to follow his own policy as officials conduct investigations into two of the district’s controversial technology programs.
A Chino Hills lawmaker Tuesday says the District Attorney’s office must take a closer look at the LAUSD’s controversial iPad program.
A recent audit of the Los Angeles Unified School District found that more than $2 million worth of computers, mostly iPads, could not be accounted for.
Superintendent John Deasy sent a letter Monday to the Board of Education notifying them that he is ending his contract with Apple, according to the LA Times.
Hundreds of students Monday walked out of classes at Jefferson Senior High School in a protest over what was described as “scheduling problems” due to a much-criticized MiSiS computer system.
Officials with the Los Angeles teachers union Wednesday were set to take their push for a pay increase to several area schools.
Police at Los Angeles Unified School District schools will no longer issue citations for most campus fights, petty theft and other minor offenses, but instead will refer students to counseling and other services.
Students at the nation’s second largest school district will be shielded from prosecution and sent to administrators for low-level offenses as part of a sweeping reform to the way school police respond to bad behavior.