The plan has its origins with Betsy DeVos, Donald Trump’s secretary of education, and could drastically affect L.A. school budgets.
How the pandemic brought festering problems into a new light.
LAUSD survey data shows most families prefer online instruction for the remainder of the school year.
Los Angeles County’s reopening leads to anxiety for workers, families and advocates — and to hope, too.
HVAC standards are the elephant in the living room of debates over reopening classrooms. Many schools can’t afford needed upgrades.
And why California could see more races like this.
The headless-chicken days of March. Zoom crashes. Parents against PPE. And yet teacher stress levels are returning to normal.
Protests over the killing of George Floyd have hastened teachers union calls to remove police from Los Angeles’ public school campuses.
California’s public schools, underfunded since the 2008 recession, face further cuts under Gov. Newsom’s proposed budget.
A new study, citing historical precedent, claims 42 percent of recent layoffs will result in permanently lost jobs.
Co-published by Fast Company
Is grab-and-go here for the duration?
LAUSD will begin a new program Wednesday to keep district students fed during the closure of schools due to the coronavirus.
Tuesday’s upsurge of COVID-19 confirmations has resulted in widespread school and college closures.
It’s Betsy’s world and scholars just live in it.
There has been no shortage of charter school failures in California, and the rate of abrupt school closures is very high across the nation.
Restorative justice remains a new way of thinking for Los Angeles’ 1,300 public schools — even as administrators continue to call the cops on troublesome students.
About 13,200 minors held in detention facilities will have funding for their educational services, recreational programs and legal aid cut by the federal government.
Federal data show that charter-school teachers leave charters at higher rates than at public schools.
Twenty-two charters — nearly all of them in high-poverty neighborhoods — accounted for 42 percent of L.A. charter schools’ nearly 3,700 suspensions last year.