Superintendent John Deasy
On the first day of school, Los Angeles Unified School District officials say it was the new computer system that ate students’ schedules.
The founders of the Facebook group “Repairs Not iPads” Tuesday will hold a rally to express their outrage at the Los Angeles Unified School District’s controversial plan to spend more than a billion dollars on iPads for students.
Coalition members are calling for about $1 billion in state funding over the next seven years be used to help low income students, English learners and foster youth.
LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy received difficult questions Monday night from parents concerned about the district’s controversial plan to buy more iPads for students rather than investing in more teachers and school supplies.
A high-powered Los Angeles attorney and civil leader has urged the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Board of Education to keep embattled Superintendent John Deasy on the job.
A dozen Los Angeles Unified School District teachers claim they lost their jobs or were forced to change schools after speaking out about problems on campus.
An estimated 600,000 Los Angeles Unified School District students are kicking off the 2013-2014 school year Tuesday with some major changes!
Los Angeles Unified School District students will return to some changes when they head back to school the week of Aug. 12.
The L.A. Unified School District is under scrutiny for a proposed plan to purchase $30M in iPads for students.
The L.A. Unified School District and its teachers union announced a tentative agreement Friday to begin using student test scores to evaluate instructors.
A judge has ruled that the L.A. Unified School District must comply with state law requiring that student performance, including test scores, be considered when teachers and principals are given job evaluations.
Parents of students in the Los Angeles Unified School District expressed anger Friday when it was discovered that some teachers were arrested months ago in the alleged sexual abuse of their children.
There were concerns Monday night from Jewish leaders that some of the protesters were expressing anti-Semitic messages. Witnesses say they’ve seen demonstrators carrying signs that read, “Jews Control Wall Street” and similar statements circulating online.