Los Angeles Unified school board candidates squared off on key policies, trying to highlight differences that didn't appear as wide as each candidate contends.
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Tomorrow, voters will be asked to choose between Monica Ratliff and Antonio Sanchez in a runoff for a seat on the Los Angeles Unified School District board representing the east San Fernando Valley.
Political newcomer Antonio Sanchez is benefiting from huge outside spending. Monica Ratliff is banking on her credentials as a teacher and union leader instead.
A bill working its way through the state legislature would limit schools' ability to suspend students for defiance, which makes of half of the state's 700,000 annual student suspensions.
LAUSD's decision to ban "willful defiance"suspensions is the latest effort by districts around the nation to curb "zero tolerance" policies and find alternatives to keep disruptive kids in school.
Hip-hop mogul Dr. Dre and music industry entrepreneur Jimmy Iovine have donated a combined $70 million to create a new institute at USC.
Teachers' complaints were drowned out as Pro-Deasy groups and the union that represents cafeteria workers, SEIU 99, jumped into action to support the program.
LA Unified school board unanimously decided to keep Breakfast in the Classroom, the focus of a "power struggle" between supporters, opponents of Supt. Deasy.
Teacher Rafe Esquith celebrates his 30th anniversary this year. But the notoriety of his student Shakespeare program hasn’t spared his school from arts program cuts.
A group of Latino parents sued the Compton Unified School District and its school police department, claiming their civil rights have been violated.
The mediations required by new disciplinary measures take time and are more costly than suspensions – will LAUSD be able to manage financially if the resolution passes?
Pasadena's Art Center College of Design has inserted itself into one of the most pressing issues facing this country: gun violence
Assemblyman Tom Ammiano’s AB 1266 would allow transgender students in public K-12 schools to use bathrooms and participate in team sports that correspond to their gender identity.