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Have ideas to make LAUSD schools safer? Tell this panel

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| In the wake of the deadly Florida high school shooting, a blue ribbon panel will gather this spring to ask, "Are students in L.A. schools as safe as they can be?"

East LA Walkouts: 50 years later, 'the fight isn't over'

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Three participants in the East Los Angeles high school walkouts remember, in their own words, a pivotal moment in the history of L.A. and the Chicano movement.

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Union for 30,000 LAUSD workers begins talking 'strike'

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If SEIU Local 99's rank-and-file vote to strike, the union's bargaining team would have the power to call a work stoppage "as early as this school year."

Does rebuilding LA's Roosevelt High mean razing its history?

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L.A. Unified says the proposed $173 million "modernization" for the Boyle Heights campus is long overdue. Some alumni worry the district is bulldozing history.

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Castro incident sheds fresh light on LAUSD's security policy

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A gun incident at an LAUSD middle school bears eery similarity to the death that sparked the first random searches for weapons and drugs in district schools.

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LAUSD board tries to get on same page before search for new leader

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L.A. Unified board members met to take the first substantive steps in their process of finding a new superintendent — their sixth in the last decade.

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The LAUSD students who need bilingual education most aren't signing up

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Of L.A. Unified's 150,000 English learners, only 6 percent have enrolled in a dual language program so far — despite evidence of huge potential benefits.

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With King’s departure, more turnover at the top of LAUSD

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Michelle King's decision to step aside was the fifth time since 2006 that the role of L.A. Unified School District superintendent has changed hands.

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