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L.A. Public Schools Set Up Hotline and Support Sites for Students Worried About Trump

The Los Angeles Unified School District has launched a hotline and opened up “extended support sites” for students who are worried about a Trump...

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The view from the bottom: The Los Angeles Unified School District has set up a hotline and opened “extended support sites” to respond to a high level of student anxiety about the election of Donald Trump as president. And the view from...Show More Summary

'The laws must be followed': City issues warning to L.A. school districts considering digital billboards

The Los Angeles city attorney has told local school district officials that installing commercial billboards on school property would violate city law. Although school districts, including L.A. Unified, have broad latitude over land-use matters — sometimes trumping city authority — the rules of...

In response to student anxieties about Trump, L.A. Unified opens hotline and support centers

The Los Angeles Unified School District has set up a hotline and opened “extended support sites” to respond to a high level of student anxiety about the election of Donald Trump as president. Parents and teachers learned about the new resources in a recorded call Monday from district Supt. Michelle...

L.A. Unified should think long and hard before taking money from billboard companies

To the editor: The Los Angeles Unified School District should take a lesson from the city of L.A. when dealing with billboard companies. (“Do we really want commercial billboards on public school campuses?” editorial, Dec. 1) These companies have a voracious and insidious appetite for profit and...

Parents, football staff at Hawkins retain attorney in dispute with LAUSD, City Section

Attorney Robert Glassman said Sunday he has been retained by parents and members of the football staff at Los Angeles Hawkins to represent them in an ongoing dispute with the City Section and Los Angeles Unified School District that threatens the team’s placement in the City Section Division II...

Football: Hawkins has 15 days to respond to LAUSD allegations

Hawkins, 9-0 in football and seeded No. 1 in the City Section Division II playoffs, received allegations of possible ineligible players from the Los Angeles Unified School District's athletics office on Nov. 2 and has 15 days to respond, according to district officials on Monday. It will be up...

Football: Unbeaten Hawkins is under investigation by City Section and LAUSD

Unbeaten Hawkins (9-0), expected to be the No. 1 seed for the City Section Division II football playoffs when pairings are announced on Saturday, is under investigation by the City Section and Los Angeles Unified School District for possible ineligible players, section and district officials confirmed...

L.A. Unified school bus struck by stray bullet on its way to pick up students, police say

A Los Angeles Unified school bus that was just minutes away from picking up its first students of the day was struck by gunfire in South L.A. Thursday morning, district officials said. The bus was at the intersection of South Figueroa Street and West Manchester Boulevard on its way to pick up children...

Is the Los Angeles Unified School District overpromising again?

When John Deasy resigned in 2014 as superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the school board charged with replacing him made a conscious decision to throw off his brash, big-vision missionary approach in favor of the incremental-improvement style of current Supt. Michelle King....

Rams agree to donate equipment to L.A. Unified

The Rams, in partnership with the NFL, have reached agreement to provide the Los Angeles Unified School District with a large equipment/apparel donation to the 67 schools that play football in the district. The donation will include 10,000 footballs, more than 6,000 shirts, shorts, sandals and...

L.A. Unified takes a harder look at its charter schools. Critics blame politics

Some years back, when administrators at a group of Los Angeles charter schools ordered the entire instructional staff to cheat on state standardized tests, the charter division at the Los Angeles Unified School District was at first willing to forgive what had happened and move on.  But last week,...

Students Send Message: Milk Is Garbage

Students are pouring hundreds of tons of plain milk into the garbage in Los Angeles schools each week. Maybe that's because more than 88 percent of Los Angeles Unified School District students are predisposed to suffer from lactose intolerance. Show More Summary

LAUSD built affordable housing for teachers who earn 'too much' to live there

But the apartments have been a “boon” for lower income school district workers The Los Angeles Unified School District has been experimenting with constructing affordable housing for its employees, most recently in Hollywood, where it built a complex with 66 affordable apartments. Show More Summary

L.A. Unified's affordable housing units fill up, but not with teachers

In the mid-2000s, in the midst of a housing boom, the Los Angeles Unified School District realized that skyrocketing rents were fueling teacher turnover. Nearly half of all new teachers in some neighborhoods were leaving the district after three years. L.A. Unified was pouring millions of dollars...

L.A. School Board votes to loosen its chocolate milk ban

After a five-year drought, chocolate and strawberry milk are making their way back into public school lunchrooms in Los Angeles. With a vote of 6 to 1, the Los Angeles Unified School District Tuesday loosened a district-wide ban on sugary, flavored milk that took effect in 2011. The board approved...

L.A. Unified could take the next step to revoke El Camino Real's charter

Los Angeles school board members are set to consider the second of three steps needed to put El Camino Real Charter High School back under district control. They could vote to issue an official notice of intent to revoke the Woodland Hills school’s charter at their next meeting on Tuesday. The...

L.A. Unified could take the next step to revoke El Camino Real's charter

Los Angeles school board members are set to consider the second of three steps needed to put El Camino Real Charter High School back under district control. They could vote to issue an official notice of intent to revoke the Woodland Hills school’s charter at their next meeting on Tuesday. The...

L.A. Unified backs down and agrees to provide lifetime benefits to charter school teachers

The Los Angeles school district and a well-known charter school have quietly resolved a conflict in a way that will help a group of employees but deepen the district’s long-term budget deficit.  L.A. Unified has agreed to pay lifetime health benefits for 10 employees who worked at El Camino Real...

L.A.-Area Schools Make The Grade With Filming Fees Worth $20 Million In Past 10 Years

EXCLUSIVE: Film and TV production in Los Angeles is paying big dividends for local schools. During the past 10 years, eight local school districts – including Los Angeles Unified and Long Beach Unified – have collected more than $20 million in location fees for campus filming activities. Show More Summary

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