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.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy plans to resign in February, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.
Parents in Rialto want to know how a former accountant could have stolen up to $3 million from the school system.
A teacher at a local charter school is out of the classroom after writing a multiple choice question on a history exam that mocked the neighboring public high school.
A high-ranking official with the Los Angeles Unified School District will resign at the end of the year, district officials confirmed Friday.
With the start of a new school year less than a week away, the head of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) says it’s time for the district to lead.
A San Fernando Valley local superintendent and three additional LAUSD officials were removed from the current positions amid an internal investigation, according to a report Thursday.
LAUSD Board President Monica Garcia says the purchase of an estimated 600,000 tablet computers is critical to ‘closing the digital divide’.
An attorney representing alleged child sex abuse victims from Miramonte Elementary School called for a more thorough audit of the Los Angeles Unified School District on Friday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District was unable to continue its pursuit of $40 million in federal funding Tuesday after a failure to reach an agreement with the teachers’ union.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board has extended Superintendent John Deasy’s two-year contract by a year.
The district faces a “substantially shorter school year” along with cuts to transportation, magnet schools, and honors classes if voters reject proposed tax hikes next month.
California will become one of the first states in the nation to begin implementing the new rigorous Common Core State Standards, the first-ever national guide outlining what every public school student should know.
If approved, the tax would have required property owners to pay an extra $298 a year for five years to raise $255 million to help fund district school operations.
For Los Angeles schools chief John Deasy, it’s been Friday the 13th for his entire first year on the job.