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Twenty-seven-year-old Jorge Luis Dominguez, of Los Angeles, pleaded guilty in March to sex-related counts involving a 12-year-old boy.
A judge Tuesday refused to throw out dozens of lawsuits filed by alleged victims’ parents in the Miramonte sex abuse scandal against the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The Los Angeles Unified School District Wednesday announced it has offered approximately $17 million to dozens of students who alleged they were abused by a former teacher at Miramonte Elementary School.
Los Angeles Unifed School District board members were meeting Tuesday to consider two proposals for upcoming education funding.
Belmont High School near downtown Los Angeles was placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon after a middle school student suffered a puncture wound in his back.
The Los Angeles Unified School District voted Tuesday night to discontinue its use of “willful defiance” by students as a suspendable offense.
A 10-year-old girl testified that her fourth grade teacher touched her more than once and made her “feel weird” at a preliminary hearing Thursday.
Education is the foundation of the digital economy in Los Angeles.
A former fifth-grade teacher at a Sun Valley elementary school was arrested Tuesday for allegedly possessing child pornography.
Hundreds of abuse allegations against Los Angeles Unified School District teachers have prompted a change in policy to speed up investigations.
Lawyers and parents representing sexual abuse victims claimed Thursday there is new evidence the Los Angeles Unified School District was involved in a cover up.
Parents were outraged their children were forced to use portable toilets after a plumbing problem caused a sewage backup at a South Los Angeles elementary school.
Some parents claim families are breaking residency rules in order to enroll their children in a popular Studio City charter school.
A Los Angeles Unified School District teacher arrested for the alleged sexual abuse of 15 children was arraigned Thursday afternoon.
The Los Angeles School Police Department has no plans to keep high-powered weapons on campuses despite the Fontana Unified School District’s decision to purchase 14 AR-15 assault rifles to protect its students.