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LAUSD Teachers Picket For Higher Salaries, Smaller Class Sizes

Unionized Los Angeles Unified School district teachers picketed before classes Thursday to continue their push for higher salaries and smaller class sizes.

02/12/2015

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$25K Donated To LAUSD To Benefit Families Of Victims Of Northern California Bus Crash

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.

02/10/2015

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L.A. Schools, Supervisors Reach Tentative Agreement

The Los Angeles Unified School District and the union representing administrative assistants and other supervisory staff members have reached a tentative agreement.

12/04/2014

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Feds Sending Some Tech Support To LAUSD

The U.S. Department of Education will be sending a team to work with the Los Angeles Unified School District on tech issues.

11/25/2014

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LAUSD Committee Approves $13M Plan To Buy More iPads

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.

11/20/2014

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Another $12.1M Tentatively Approved In LAUSD Computer System Overhaul

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.

11/20/2014

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LAUSD Responds To Backlash Over English-Only Cafeteria Rule

The LAUSD is responding to criticism from employees after cafeteria workers were told to only speak English.

10/30/2014

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Exclusive: Unions Blast LAUSD For Telling Cafeteria Workers To Speak Only English

Worker unions are firing back at the Los Angeles Unified School District after they allegedly told cafeteria workers at Harvard Elementary School they could only speak English on campus.

10/29/2014

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New Superintendent Says Fixing LAUSD’s Class Scheduling System Will Take Time, Money

Fixing the Los Angeles Unified School District’s troubled computerized student information system is going to take time and it will cost money, Superintendent Ramon Cortines told the district’s board Tuesday.

10/21/2014

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Outgoing LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy Hints At Run For Public Office

Outgoing Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy hinted Friday at a run for public office, but he would not say exactly what post he might seek.

10/17/2014

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LAUSD Board Approves Plan To Fix Jefferson High’s Scheduling Problems

A $1.1 million plan aimed at fixing class-scheduling issues at Jefferson High School will be discussed by the Los Angeles Unified School District board Tuesday.

10/14/2014

Union officials say students staged the protest over a much-maligned LAUSD computer system. (Photo courtesy UTLA)

$1.1M Plan Considered For Class-Scheduling Problems At Jefferson High School

The Los Angeles Unified School District board will consider a $1.1 million plan aimed at resolving class-scheduling issues at Jefferson High school at their meeting Tuesday.

10/13/2014

Union officials say students staged the protest over a much-maligned LAUSD computer system. (Photo courtesy UTLA)

LAUSD Officials, Administrators Discuss Jefferson High’s Class Scheduling Problems

Officials from the Los Angeles Unified School District met with administrators and teachers at Jefferson High School Thursday to discuss class-scheduling problems that prompted a judge to order immediate intervention from the state Department of Education.

10/09/2014

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LAUSD Wins $13 Million Grant To Expose Students To College

The Los Angeles Unified School District has won a $13 million federal grant to expose students from sixth grade and up to college.

09/24/2014

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LAUSD Police To Stop Issuing Citations For Campus Fights, Petty Theft

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.

08/19/2014

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