Los Angeles Unified School District
The California Senate has advanced a bill that prevents defendants in civil cases from claiming the sexual consent of a minor as a defense.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is telling Apple it’s dissatisfied with the Pearson Education curriculum for student iPads and wants reimbursement for all the learning materials schools haven’t been able to use.
Social concerns of water sustainability, climate change, bullying, alcohol abuse, and public health problems are highlighted at the Aspen Challenge for practical solutions.
The nation’s second-largest school district is considering starting an all-girls school focused on science and technology.
Students with special needs Tuesday demonstrated how new technology allows for virtual participation within classroom and social settings.
The Beaudry Building in Downtown Los Angeles stands as a testimonial to the monumental administration for the second largest school district in America. Within it’s walls dwells a beehive of activity.
Six of California’s largest urban school districts have applied for a waiver freeing them from requirements of the nation’s No Child Left Behind education law.
A former Los Angeles Unified elementary school teacher was convicted Monday of murdering his 43-year-old estranged wife outside a West Hills home where she had taken refuge after obtaining a restraining order against him.
The Los Angeles Unified School District Tuesday will consider authorizing layoff warning notices to more than 600 employees.
Unionized Los Angeles Unified School district teachers picketed before classes Thursday to continue their push for higher salaries and smaller class sizes.
A $25,000 donation was presented Tuesday to the Los Angeles Unified School District to benefit families of students and others who were killed or injured in a fiery Northern California bus crash last year.
The Los Angeles Unified School District and the union representing administrative assistants and other supervisory staff members have reached a tentative agreement.
The U.S. Department of Education will be sending a team to work with the Los Angeles Unified School District on tech issues.
Los Angeles Unified School District officials got the green light Thursday to spend another $13 million on iPads and laptops to use in student testing planned for the spring.
The Los Angeles Unified School District’s bond oversight committee approved more than $12.1 million in funds to help repair a glitchy computerized student information system, on top of the $33 million in previously approved bond funds.