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The Times' L.A. city election ballot endorsements

Voters in Los Angeles head to the polls Tuesday to answer a crucial question for local democracy: Should the city and the Los Angeles Unified School District, in an effort to increase voter participation, move their elections from March and May of odd-numbered years to June and November of...

L.A. school board expanding role beyond education into 'social justice'

First it was providing free legal help to undocumented students. Then it was a resolution chiding a Central Valley fruit grower for alleged unfair labor practices. The Los Angeles Unified school board is on a new “social justice” tack these days of getting involved in matters...

LAUSD is making a mistake by relying too much on walk-on coaches

Here's a statistic from the Los Angeles Unified School District that should set off alarm bells: 58% of its coaches from 83 high schools were walk-ons or noncertificated employees during the 2013-14 school year. Only 42% were teachers, according to Trenton Cornelius, the district's...

LAUSD reopening libraries after recession closings

Topic: School Libraries More than 200 Los Angeles Unified School District elementary school libraries have reopened in just two months, according to district officials. Recession-era budget cuts had left many libraries without staffing. Show More Summary

Charter school group is political force in L.A. Unified board election

Los Angeles mayors once played the role of kingmaker in school board elections.

Harassment litigation refiled against L.A. Unified Supt. Cortines

A school district manager has filed a new sexual harassment lawsuit against Supt. Ramon C. Cortines and the Los Angeles Unified School District.

L.A. schools could lose $782 million under federal bill

A Republican-led effort to revise a federal education law could slash $782 million for disadvantaged students in Los Angeles Unified over the next six years, federal education officials said Tuesday.

LAUSD should try again on supplying computers

The idea of equipping every Los Angeles Unified student and teacher with a computer suffered its final blow with the announcement last week that the school district simply couldn't afford to buy some 700,000 of them. If ever a proposal was half-baked, it was the iPad project, which was marked...

L.A. Unified's iPad plan was doomed from the start

To the editor: As a 10-year veteran of the Los Angeles Unified School District, I've seen corporate feeders convince district administrators of the need to spend taxpayer money on various overblown and ill-considered schemes. Profiteers benefit from the LAUSD's largesse while underserved...

Los Angeles Schools Can't Afford Tech Device For Every Student

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The chief of the Los Angeles Unified School District says there isn't enough money to provide every student with an iPad or other computer device. The remarks Friday by interim Superintendent Ramon Cortines are the...Show More Summary

Ventura USD Transformation: Journey to the 21st Century

Event status: Not started ( Register ) Date and time: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 1:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time (New York, GMT-04:00) Change time zone Duration: 1 hour Description: Ventura Unified School..

Miramonte teacher resigns in advance of hearing over job

A teacher who became a figure in the Miramonte Elementary child abuse case resigned Friday from the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Miramonte teacher resigns in advance of hearing over job

A teacher who became a figure in the Miramonte Elementary child abuse case resigned Friday from the Los Angeles Unified School District.

L.A. Unified candidates use Deasy as a platform springboard

Former Los Angeles schools Supt. John Deasy resigned under pressure last fall and while he isn't on the March ballot for the Board of Education, he might as well be.

AM News: Strike Maneuvers In LA, Cold Day Closing In Chicago

Teachers union takes first legal step towards strike that could close Los Angeles Unified schools LA Daily News: After seven months and 18 rounds of cantankerous contract talks, Los Angeles Unified administrators and leaders of the district's...Show More Summary

L.A. School Board Tells Giant Grower to Honor Its Workers' UFW Contract

Los Angeles Unified School District's Board of Education voted nearly unanimously on Tuesday, Feb. 10 to urge a giant Central Valley grower to implement its workers' union contract. The resolution by board member Steve Zimmer passedShow More Summary

L.A. Unified tracks measles shots, reports higher vaccination levels

Los Angeles school officials have launched an effort to increase and document the percentage of young children who've been vaccinated against measles, including hiring 10 nurses on a temporary basis.

L.A. Unified tracks measles shots, reports higher vaccination levels

Los Angeles school officials have launched an effort to increase and document the percentage of young children who've been vaccinated against measles, including hiring 10 nurses on a temporary basis.

The Power of "NOT YET"

One of the strengths I have always admired in my colleagues is this--their profound commitment, an eager desire to do what is best for students and staff in public schools.In fact, if there was one unifying aspect of staff in technology support positions, it would be that eager desire to meet the needs of others. Show More Summary

Football: One of City Section's best young coaches is leaving for Washington

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Masaki Matsumoto, one of the best young teacher-coaches in the Los Angeles Unified School District, announced on Friday he is leaving as football coach at Hollywood Bernstein to become the new coach at Lincoln High in Tacoma, Wa.

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