District officials approved an “action statement” to reassure doubtful families that all students will be allowed back to campuses next school year.
L.A. Unified Superintendent Austin Beutner announced that he will not seek to renew his contract with the district once it ends in June.
English learners have priority to return to in-person instruction at some school districts, but fear of the coronavirus is keeping many of them home.
State officials plan to retire the “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” color-coded tier system on June 15, and said they expect full-time in-person instruction in the fall.
L.A. Unified students are a step closer to returning to their classrooms after the district and its teachers union reached a tentative agreement.
Gov. Newsom’s “Safe Schools for All” plan offers hope for reopening more schools for in-person instruction, but school districts have to traverse many obstacles to get there, with little time to do it.