Was a quick computer distribution during Covid, a literacy initiative or a combination of factors, plus random error, behind a surprising 8th grade score in Los Angeles Unified?
Attendance in kindergarten should not be optional, and voluntary participation results in too many parents delaying their child’s entrance into school until first grade.
A national push to change the teaching of reading shows contrast between other states and California's hands-off approach.
The new Los Angeles Unified superintendent has an opportunity to remove entrenched barriers in the district that keep too many students from realizing their full potential.
District officials provided a snapshot of new investments for the proposed $18.5 billion budget.
LAUSD superintendent Alberto Carvalho has nearly 80,000 followers on Twitter, his go-to platform, where he shares plans for district success and interacts with parents and community groups.
Credentialed staff have been redeployed to schools across the district as part of Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's 100-day plan.
Los Angeles Unified's new superintendent must work with grassroots organizations and build on the district's strengths to help stem the tide of declining enrollment and other factors that are holding LAUSD schools back.
Supt. Carvalho intimately understands the challenges and promises of families who speak languages other than English at home.
Many signs point to Alberto Carvalho being the right type of superintendent for LAUSD, a district in desperate need of community relationship-building.
Los Angeles Unified's new superintendent, Alberto Carvalho, talks to EdSource about his goals for the district regarding the pandemic, equity, and other issues.
Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's 100-day plan for Los Angeles Unified prioritizes closing achievement gaps and increasing community engagement.
Alberto Carvalho begins his position as Los Angeles Unified's new superintendent Monday after a 13-year tenure at Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
Alberto Carvalho, the next superintendent of Los Angeles Unified, made his first public appearance in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Alberto Carvalho will go from leading the country's fourth-largest school system to the second largest in Los Angeles.