With more than 1,000 schools serving some 600,000 students, Los Angeles Unified is California’s largest school district by far, and the second largest district in the nation.
With a sustained, communitywide effort, LAUSD can make a lasting impact on the kids hit hardest by the pandemic and rising inflation.
Los Angeles Unified's school board members currently earn $125,000 — more than five times the education code cap.
After years of dealing with Covid precautions and testing, LAUSD concentrates on catch-up.
The teachers union finds it 'improbable' that LAUSD was able to fill about 700 vacancies in the last week.
California's school year will begin with fewer Covid protocols, universal transitional kindergarten, more afterschool programs and community schools, and later start times for older students.
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.
A group of museums, aquariums and STEM organizations from across Los Angeles County have officially established themselves as the LA STEM Collective as they aim to provide enrichment to students.
Families object to schools offering different tutoring options for students in Los Angeles Unified.
Superintendent Alberto Carvalho's plan, which aims to create a foundation for student success, will shape district priorities for the next four years.
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.
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.
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.
The end of California's mask mandate for schools Monday meant students and school staff no longer have to wear masks to school, but many still did.