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County Says LAUSD Budget Needs More Cuts — or More Revenue

| Budget reserves required by state law are falling short. LAUSD has until July 1 to come up with a solution.

Why the former No. 1 & 2 officials both left LAUSD's powerful Inspector General's office last year

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The Office of the Inspector General at the Los Angeles Unified School District is the type of government agency that any taxpayer — not just those with kids in school — would want working well.

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LAUSD school board candidates campaign in the wake of teachers strike

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It’s been a month since L.A. Unified school teachers and their union reached an agreement ending their six-day strike.

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Class size reduction motivates striking teachers, but is it worth the high cost?

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Los Angeles teachers union members have made a class-size reduction central to their demands during their strike against the L.A. Unified School District.

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Teachers, students remember last LAUSD strike in 1989

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It's been 30 years since L.A.'s public school teachers walked out of their classrooms. But many still remember the nine days when teachers "walked the line in '89."

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With striking teachers outside, skeleton crews try to keep schools running

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Los Angeles Unified School District teachers walked off the job today for their first strike in 30 years.  While they marched and walked picket lines outside, skeleton crews of administrators and aides inside kept schools running as best they could.

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LAUSD teachers push back strike to Monday

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Teachers were supposed to strike Thursday, but now they're scheduled to start after the weekend since the district challenged the teacher's union on a technicality.

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Student opponents of LAUSD’s random search policy disrupted fundraiser with superintendent

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Every day, L.A. Unified middle- and high school staff select students at random to be searched for drugs and weapons.

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