After a failed plan in 2014 to outfit each student with an iPad, L.A. Unified School District officials have floated a plan to try that idea again. Officials say they've learned from the mistakes of the past. But their new plan hit a speed bump Thursday.
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.
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.