Teachers Union, LAUSD Reach Deal Allowing For In-Person TutoringTeacher participation will be voluntary and instructors will be permitted to refuse to take part.
Goldstein Investigates: COVID-19 Testing Lab For LAUSD Students Linked To Superintendent Austin BeutnerThe lab just opened up and the founder had ties to school superintendent Austin Beutner.
LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner Won't Send Out President Trump's Letter With Food BoxesSince its campuses closed in March, the Los Angeles Unified School District has provided about 68 million meals to families hit hard by the pandemic and its economic fallout, according to Superintendent Austin Beutner's letter to the president.
LA County Supervisors Vote To Allow Schools To Apply For Reopening WaiversLAUSD's superintendent has said that the district will not reopen campuses until Nov. 1 at the earliest.
LAUSD Chief: COVID-19 Numbers Must Come Down Before Schools ReopenPublic schools in Los Angeles are not ready to reopen for in-person learning because COVID-19 cases remain elevated, school officials said Monday.
Parents Sue LAUSD Over Distance Learning PlanThe parents are calling on a judge to issue a preliminary injunction to stop the district from continuing with its distance learning plan until changes are made.
LAUSD Begins Considering Challenges To Reopening CampusesSuperintendent Austin Beutner disclosed that there is a major concern with scheduling secondary school classes in a manner that keeps students and teachers safe.
LAUSD Teachers Face Displacement Due To Pandemic-Related Low EnrollmentAccording to the teacher's union, the district intends to reassign some teachers to schools with higher enrollment. Others will be stuck in limbo.
150 LAUSD Schools To Serve As Vote Centers On Election DayVote centers at 150 Los Angeles Unified School District campuses will be available to voters starting Friday, Oct. 30 through Election Day, Nov. 3.
LAUSD Begins Ambitious Coronavirus Testing Program For Students, StaffOnce all students are back on campuses, the district plans on conducting about 40,000 tests per day.
LA Schools To Begin Allowing Students With Extra Needs Back On CampusesBeginning Sept. 14, K-12 schools can welcome back students studying English as a second language and those with special needs.