LAUSD Police Report More Than 215 Break-Ins At Schools, Facilities Since ShutdownThe department shared some photos taken at the burglarized properties, which showed district-owned electronics strewn on the ground, broken windows and doors, and graffiti scrawled on walls.
LAUSD Principals, Staff Return To Schools To Begin Preparing For New School YearA memo was sent to principals and administrative staffers Wednesday detailing the procedures about returning to campuses yesterday. Teachers were not included among the staff instructed to return to schools.
Study: LAUSD'S Black, Hispanic, Disabled And Homeless Students Participated In Remote Learning At Lower RatesAn independent analysis examined the results of online learning between mid-March and May 22 among students within the Los Angeles Unified School District, which serves more than 700,000 students.
Jury Still Out On Whether Students Will Return To LAUSD Campuses This FallThe first day of school for the district, which employs some 75,000 employees and serves almost 700,000 students, is scheduled for Aug. 18.
LAUSD Superintendent To Recommend Ending Use Of Pepper Spray, Carotid Hold In Los Angeles SchoolsSuperintendent Austin Beutner says he will recommend LAUSD’s Board of Education eliminate the use of pepper spray and carotid holds in Los Angeles schools.
LAUSD: 57% Of District's Families Report Lost Jobs Due To Coronavirus PandemicMore than 12,000 families participated in the May survey, LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner said.
Coronavirus: LAUSD Serves 10 Millionth Meal As Closure Forces $200 Million In Additional SpendingWhen the Los Angeles Unified School District made the monumental decision to shut down its campuses last month, one of its overriding concerns were the students who depend on school for at least one meal a day.
'Loss Of A Safety Net': LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Details Need Among Students Amid Coronavirus-School Closure“In ordinary times, we provide so much to support students,” LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner said. “Food, books, all of those things that they needed to keep structure in their lives.”
LAUSD Schools To Stay Closed Until May 1; District Will Invest $100 Million Toward Online LearningLos Angeles Unified School District schools were originally scheduled to remain closed through the end of March.
Coronavirus: LAUSD To Offer Grab-And-Go Meals Instead Of Opening Family Resource CentersWith new, tightening restrictions on social distancing in the effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, LAUSD has scrapped its plans to open Family Resource Centers and will instead work to establish grab-and-go centers.