Shrinking schools are reinventing themselves as LAUSD plans a future with dramatically fewer students.
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.
The 2022-23 school year will be the first year of several planned expansions to TK eligibility as Los Angeles Unified strives to make it accessible for all 4-year-olds.
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.
Most school districts plan to follow the state’s recommendation and “strongly recommend” masks after March 12, although they will not require them.
Los Angeles Unified's new superintendent, Alberto Carvalho, talks to EdSource about his goals for the district regarding the pandemic, equity, and other issues.
Alberto Carvalho begins his position as Los Angeles Unified's new superintendent Monday after a 13-year tenure at Miami-Dade County Public Schools.
L.A. Unified parents say the district’s independent study program has improved from the fall, yet they remain frustrated with its format and curriculum.
California school districts are reducing the number of credits needed to graduate, changing school schedules and adding tutoring to help seniors earn their diplomas.
The California Department of Education found Los Angeles Unified violated the law in cutting 90% of funding for more than 100 archdiocese schools, and now the diocese is suing the district.
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.
A new poll offers insight into what L.A. Unified's new superintendent might face once chosen by the district board: increased support for mental health, equity in schools and an annual evaluation of the superintendent.