LAUSD looking for ‘bold and courageous’ new superintendent

Hub staff report  The search for the next superintendent of the second-largest school district in the country is pressing on.   At the end of June, Los...

Late-start classes filling up fast, warn LA community college officials

Los Angeles Community College District officials announced Thursday that registration remains open for spring courses beginning April 9, but time is running out. LACCD...

School walkouts, demonstrations call for gun control and solidarity

Students at schools across Los Angeles County and the nation on Wednesday protested lax gun laws that they say put them at risk of...

LAUSD officials reassure community following shooting at Florida high school

LA Unified school officials issued a statement Wednesday following a shooting at a high school in Florida where at least twelve people were killed...
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Pasadena will cut at least 63 teachers this year, possibly more

At least 63 classroom teachers in the Pasadena Unified School District will lose their jobs this year and more cuts are on the horizon,...
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LAUSD Superintendent Michelle King to retire as she fights cancer

By Mike Szymanski LA School Report LA Unified Superintendent Michelle King announced Friday afternoon she will be retiring from the district by the end of June as...
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$30 million up for grabs by LA schools if attendance increases

By Mike Szymanski LA School Report  It’s a daunting task to try to figure out how LA Unified can save money, but an advisory group came...
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LAUSD classes to start August, despite parent pushback

By Sarah Favot LA School Report  Despite more surveyed parents wanting school to start after Labor Day, the LA Unified school board voted this month to keep the current school...
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LAUSD leaders say public education is woefully underfunded

By Sarah Favot LA School Report  The city’s education community sent a clear message Tuesday from downtown Los Angeles to legislators in Sacramento: the governor’s funding formula...
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LAUSD board member pleads not guilty to money laundering

Los Angeles Unified School Board member Ref Rodriguez pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to three felony charges and 25 misdemeanor charges related to campaign donation...