Mom: Boy, 8, Forced To Urinate In Classroom Trash Can, Wear Garbage BagsThe mother of an 8-year-old boy is demanding answers after a teacher at a South Los Angeles school allegedly refused to allow him to use the restroom.
Proposed Property Tax Would Raise $500M Annually For LAUSD SchoolsThe parcel tax will likely go before L.A. County voters in June. It would impose a tax of 16 cents per square foot.
LA State Senator Reintroduces Bill Calling For Later School Start TimesUnder the bill, which was vetoed last year by Gov. Jerry Brown, middle and high school classes would begin no earlier than 8:30 a.m.
Hacker Arrested For Fake Bomb, Shooting Threats Against LAX, SoCal SchoolsHe was part of a hacking collective known as Apophis Squad which targeted hundreds of schools across the U.S. and the United Kingdom, prosecutors said.
LAUSD Announces Passing Of Former Superintendent Michelle KingKing went on medical leave in September 2017, and announced in January 2018 that she had cancer and would not be returning to work.
LAUSD Board Approves Teacher Contract, Despite Financial Concerns From CountyThe Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education unanimously approved a new labor contract with the teachers' union Tuesday, despite a warning from the county that the agreement "is not sustainable on an ongoing basis."
While LAUSD Strike Ends, South LA Charter School Strike ContinuesThe Accelerated Schools' strike is the first charter school strike in California history.
6-Day Teachers Strike Cost LAUSD $151 MillionEven as the more than 1,000 schools overseen by the Los Angeles Unified School District get back into normal operations, it will have grapple with the major revenue shortfall caused by the strike.
LAUSD Teachers Returning To Class Wednesday After Reaching Deal To End StrikeAfter a nine-day strike which forced 600,000 students and 34,000 teachers out of the classroom, LAUSD and the teachers union reached an agreement Tuesday on a new deal.
LAUSD Teachers’ Strike Enters Second Week As Negotiations Heat UpThe two sides have held five straight marathon negotiation sessions.
Teachers, LAUSD Back At Bargaining Table As Thousands Rally DowntownBargaining teams from the union representing striking Los Angeles teachers and officials with the Los Angeles Unified School District had a second consecutive productive day of contract negotiations.