Some teachers have been taking attendance by hand.
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.
Elementary school students across the Los Angeles Unified school district may see a delay in their report cards following the most recent glitch involving the district’s new record-keeping system.
The Los Angeles Unified school district has cut ties with a contractor that provided services connected with student information system that has caused headaches for school administrators district-wide, officials said Thursday.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Ramon C. Cortines announced Monday a detailed plan on how the district will work to fix any problems created by the troubled student record system.
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.
Officials were set to meet Tuesday as teachers say they want smaller class sizes and parents want a civil grand jury investigation into the troubled roll-out of the district’s computerized student-information system.
The LAUSD board met Tuesday over the district’s heavily-criticized computer tracking system, with the teacher’s union starting to speak out.
Hundreds of students Monday walked out of classes at Jefferson Senior High School in a protest over what was described as “scheduling problems” due to a much-criticized MiSiS computer system.
Teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District were told not use a new computer system to take attendance Friday after students’ schedules were scrambled on the first day of school earlier this week.
District officials say they will move ahead with plans to launch a new computer system when students return for the new school year Tuesday.