Los Angeles Unified School District
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.
The district on Thursday said it will serve free lunches through summer to children and the disabled at 317 school campuses along with 105 parks and recreation centers.
A special education teacher’s aide was arrested Monday after allegedly assaulting students and staff at Van Nuys Elementary School.
Some Southland students are still unaccounted for following Thursday’s deadly bus crash in Northern California.
An instructor at a downtown Los Angeles school believes he was placed in “teacher jail” because of two student-submitted science fair projects.
Pot-laced brownies sent three Lincoln High School students to the hospital.
Representatives for both sides said Tuesday the agreement calls for adding a school counselor and administrator, establishing a mentor program for teachers and providing other educational resources.
Citing a section in the California State Education Code from 1976, which calls for at least one non-voting pupil member, school board members voted Tuesday to approve the inclusion of a student.
Los Angeles Unified School District officials are trying to figure out how to convince students not to dump their healthy lunches.
The principal of an elementary school in Winnetka was removed from his post following allegations of misconduct.
A 9-year-old girl who attends Sunland Elementary said she is scared to go to school because she’s being bullied by another third-grade student.
The founders of the Facebook group “Repairs Not iPads” Tuesday will hold a rally to express their outrage at the Los Angeles Unified School District’s controversial plan to spend more than a billion dollars on iPads for students.
After outcry from critics who say schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District are poorly maintained while the district spends a $1 billion to furnish students with iPads, a district official says buildings are safe and constantly monitored.
Seventy-four-year-old Sid Nathaniel Landau will remain at a mental hospital in Coalinga after the jury said he continues to pose a threat to society.