Blindfolding has been officially banned in the Los Angeles Unified School District in the wake of the district’s sex abuse scandal.
Los Angeles schools chief John Deasy has ordered his staff to submit or resubmit reports of teacher misconduct to a state credentialing board in the wake of news that at least two such reports had fallen through the cracks.
Mark Berndt, a former Miramonte Elementary School teacher, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to committing lewd acts on dozens of children between 2008 and 2010.
Alleged victims of former LAUSD teacher Mark Berndt are appearing on the Dr. Phil show Thursday, Feb. 16.
A teacher’s aide with the Los Angeles Unified School District has been arrested on suspicion of attempting to have sexual contact with a 15-year-old student.
A firestorm of controversy erupted Friday when it was revealed that the Los Angeles Unified School District had entered into a $40,000 settlement with a former Miramonte Elementary School teacher — accused among other things of blindfolding his students and feeding them his bodily fluids — in a sexual abuse scandal that has rocked Los Angeles.
Miramonte Elementary School reopened Thursday morning to students after the entire staff was replaced following a sex scandal that resulted in the arrest of two longtime teachers.
A third case of inappropriate conduct with a student at embattled Miramonte Elementary School is being investigated, after it surfaced that a teacher’s aide allegedly wrote love letters to a fourth grade students and the report was disregarded.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies have discovered approximately 200 new explicit photos reportedly taken by a teacher at Miramonte Elementary School.
Miramonte Elementary School remains closed Wednesday in the wake of sex crime allegations involving two teachers.
The second teacher charged with committing lewd acts on a child at Miramonte Elementary School has pleaded not guilty.
Miramonte Elementary School will be closed for two days in the wake of sex crime allegations involving two teachers.
The entire staff of Miramonte Elementary School will be replaced when the school reopens Thursday, says LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy.
Sources say the Los Angeles Unified School District will be replacing the entire staff at the school this week.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that a student at a South Los Angeles elementary school may have been victimized by both teachers currently under arrest on suspicion of sexual misconduct.