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30,000 LAUSD workers cut deal, cancel May 15 strike

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| Los Angeles Unified School District bus drivers, cafeteria workers, custodians, classroom aides and other non-teaching employees called off a one-day strike planned for May 15 after leaders of their union reached a tentative contract agreement with district officials late Tuesday.

LAUSD approves tear-down, rebuild of Roosevelt High campus

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Los Angeles' historic Roosevelt High School will get a long-overdue rebuild of its aging campus. But the campus' most historic buildings will be torn down.

30,000 LAUSD employees plan one-day strike this month

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If you're one of the 41,000 students who relies on a Los Angeles Unified School District bus to get to class, start making a backup plan to get to school next week — and even if you're not, plan to pack a lunch.

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What LAUSD's new leader said in his first public appearance

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L.A. Unified School District's next superintendent, Austin Beutner, acknowledged he was an "unconventional choice."

Here's how Austin Beutner thinks about LAUSD

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Austin Beutner is a former banker with no history working as an educator. But the newly appointed superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District he does have a history with the school system.

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LAUSD board names Austin Beutner as next superintendent

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Austin Beutner — a former investment banker who, having already made his millions, has immersed himself in the civic life of Los Angeles in recent years — will be the next superintendent of the L.A. Unified School District.

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How LAUSD is pushing its students to English proficiency

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Students still learning English in the L.A. Unified School District are becoming proficient in their new language at record levels. Statewide, the numbers are also up.

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LAUSD superintendent search: The latest and why it matters

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The Los Angeles Unified School Board is in the final stages of selecting a new superintendent. Here's what you need to know about the search.