Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent John Deasy plans to resign in February, the Los Angeles Times reported Thursday.
A partnership of California advocacy groups is calling on teachers in Los Angeles and statewide to drop their memberships with labor unions.
The union representing teachers with the Los Angeles Unified School District gave Superintendent John Deasy a “failing grade” in a performance review released Thursday.
The L.A. Unified School District is under scrutiny for a proposed plan to purchase $30M in iPads for students.
The union representing teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District overwhelmingly voted to express a lack of confidence in the leadership of Superintendent John Deasy.
The L.A. Unified School District and its teachers union announced a tentative agreement Friday to begin using student test scores to evaluate instructors.
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.
Officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District raced on Monday to meet a fast-approaching deadline to apply for up to $40 million in federal grants.
An arbitrator has ruled in favor of the Los Angeles Unified School District’s request that teachers take five furlough days this academic year to save $75 million in payroll costs.
Los Angeles Unified teachers have approved a new labor agreement with the school district that will give teachers wide-ranging decision-making power in running their schools.
Administrators are reportedly holding $57 million that could be used to prevent the layoffs of 1,900 teachers, nurses counselors, librarians and others.
hen the Los Angeles school board appointed a deputy superintendent last summer, it was widely expected he would be first in line to replace retiring Superintendent Ramon Cortines.
Critics say other candidates should have been should have considered other than Deputy Superintendent John Deasy.
The Los Angeles Unified School District’s teacher union says a proposed agreement that would change how teachers are laid off in the nation’s second-largest school district is the wrong solution for schools.