Los Angeles Unified

Lawmaker Wants Felony Charges, Pension Cuts For Teachers Who Date StudentsAB 1861 would strip teachers of their pensions and retiree health care in addition to outlawing any dating situations regardless of age.
LAUSD Faces Dozens Of Sexual Misconduct Complaints In Wake Of Miramonte ScandalThe Los Angeles Unified school district faces a mounting number of complaints after last month's arrest of two teachers at Miramonte Elementary.
LA Schools To Teach LGBT Curriculum In Anti-Bullying EffortLAUSD students may soon be taught "age-appropriate" curriculum promoting positive images of homosexuals and their contributions to society.
Furloughs Vs. Layoffs: 40,000 LA Teachers Vote On Proposed Pay CutsIf passed, the vote would immediately rescind layoff notices sent to some 3,400 teachers, nurses, librarians and counselors.
Students Stage Walkouts Across LA To Protest Teacher LayoffsDemonstrations took place in neighborhoods from East Los Angeles to the South Robertson area in response to looming budget cuts.
Feds May Prosecute Schools For Bullying The U.S. Dept. of Education is threatening action for what they say is an increase of harassment against certain groups, including gays and lesbians, as well as Muslim students.
No First Day Of School For LA Students, WorkersOn a day that's typically dreaded by most students, school workers at Virgil Junior High were the ones miffed at what they saw after arriving on campus.