The Latest On LAUSD's School Superintendent Deasy: Will He Stay, Or Will He Go?Deasy says he isn't talking until Tuesday.
LA Schools Look To Teachers To Lead Reform Efforts Three years ago, the nation's second largest school district made a stunning admission — it was failing thousands of kids and invited charter organizations to take over low-performing and brand-new schools.
California Open Primary System To Get First TestVoters upset with partisan gridlock in the nation's most populous state decided last year to try a new way of electing lawmakers -- an open primary system in which only the top two vote-getters advance, even if they are from the same political party.
LA County OKs Reforms At 'Hellish' Juvenile Detention CenterOfficials have reached a settlement in a lawsuit which included allegations that illiterate inmates were given diplomas at Christa McAuliffe High School.
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