LA Unified interim Superintendent Ramon Cortines is warning that if the district doesn’t get its finances in order it will be “another Detroit.”
“You guys are putting a child in danger,” said one parent.
The public was outraged at a Centinela Valley Union High School District board meeting after it surfaced that the board was paying $50,000/year for a $1 million whole-life insurance policy for its superintendent.
Omorosa Manigualt, a reality star best known for her appearance on “The Apprentice,” has filed paperwork to run for the LAUSD Board of Education, according to the Los Angeles City Clerk’s office.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board agreed Tuesday to the appointment of an interim, non-voting representative to fill the vacancy left following the death of Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte.
The Los Angeles Unified School District’s board moved to extend Superintendent John Deasy’s contract to 2016 Tuesday, despite earlier rumors that he would resign.
Hundreds of abuse allegations against Los Angeles Unified School District teachers have prompted a change in policy to speed up investigations.
A Moreno Valley Unified School District board member facing charges of pimping, pandering and rape may run for City Council, according to City Clerk Jane Halstead.
The Los Angeles Unified School District unveiled two resolutions Monday aimed at better protecting students from sexual predators.
The Moreno Valley school board will hold a closed-door meeting next week to discuss the arrest of a board member on attempted murder charges.
The La Cañada Unified school board voted unanimously Tuesday to begin dismissal proceedings against a high school math teacher, following complaints that she made derogatory ethnic slurs in her classroom.
Leticia Garcia campaigned for transparency while serving as vice president of the Fontana school board while concealing the fact that she was married to a convicted murderer in prison. Garcia went public with the information in October and residents are now demanding that Garcia step down from her position.
The Los Angeles Unified School District has rescinded about 5,000 layoffs planned for teachers, counselors, bus drivers, cafeteria workers and other district employees.
The Los Angeles school board has approved two controversial policies: one to start the school year in mid-August and another to allow corporate sponsorships to aid the cash-strapped district.