LAUSD Board Revokes Charter Status Of 5 SchoolsOnly one charter school was spared from the chopping block.
For First Time, Black Lives Matter Event Held At LAUSD SchoolLAUSD said they supported the move and the discussions.
LAUSD Alters School Calendar To Start Closer To Labor DayThe compromise schedule allows the district to finish the fall semester before winter break, which will be reduced from three weeks to two weeks.
LAUSD Students Could Possibly Start School After Labor Day In 2017The 2016-17 school year is scheduled to end June 9.
With District In The Red, Michelle King Vows To Make LA Schools 'The Best You Will Find'"We are a district on the move and that we are a district of opportunity. I’m inviting all families to come here. Our doors are open. We are the best you will find.” -Michelle King, LAUSD Superintendent
LAUSD Assistant Teacher Accused Of Smuggling Drugs, Phones To Death Row InmateAn LAUSD assistant teacher is facing charges of smuggling heroin and cell phones to a death row inmate convicted of eight murders in Southern California.
3 LAUSD Schools Set Up Temporary Fencing After Elevated Levels Of Lead Found NearbyThe fences went up at Fishburne Elementary School in Maywood, Roland Avenue Elementary School in East LA, and Lorena Street Elementary School in Boyle Heights.
LAUSD Opens California's First All-Girls STEM AcademyA grand opening ceremony celebrated Los Angeles Unified School District’s first single-gender school, one of two such campuses set to open in the area this academic year.
LAUSD Loses Appeal Over Its Spending Of $450 Million In State Funds Intended For High-Need StudentsThe Los Angeles Unified School District may soon have to redirect how it spends hundreds of millions of dollars set aside by the state to directly benefit the English learners.
LAUSD Teacher's Aide Charged With Sexually Molesting 2 Former StudentsJoaquin Diaz Orgaz has been charged with sexually abusing two of his former students.
Data Show More Students Leaving Public Schools For ChartersUrban school districts from Los Angeles to Philadelphia are experiencing declining enrollment in traditional public schools.
LAUSD Says Graduation Rate Improved Last YearThe dropout rate among Los Angeles Unified School District students in the high school class of 2014-15 continued a downward trend, while the graduation rate moved upward, according to figures released Tuesday.