The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) hasn't announced how or if schools will reopen in August. But on Friday, the teachers' union, UTLA, called on the district to keep students learning at home. Members are not convinced that the district could do all that is needed to keep students and faculty safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
The union representing teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District is urging schools to keep campuses closed. The 2020-21 school year is set to begin next month.
The Los Angeles Unified Teachers Union is pushing back on the district's plan to reopen schools next month.
Health protocols for the possible reopening of schools in Los Angeles County could be released by week's end, the county public health director said on Wednesday, insisting she will not get mired in the mounting political debate of whether campuses should be required to open this fall.
The start of school is just six weeks away for many students in Southern California, but despite the looming start date, many districts are still unsure about their own reopening plans.
LAUSD Superintendent, Austin Beutner, made a short announcement Monday discussing the possibilities for students in the fall, and some parents are concerned.
Despite vocal public calls for defunding, the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education Tuesday night rejected a proposal that would have slashed 90% of the School Police Department's budget by 2024.
Activists, parents, and students spoke out Monday in support of defunding the Los Angeles School Police Department, something the Board of Education will discuss Tuesday.
Dozens of protesters rallied and marched in the downtown area Tuesday in support of cutting funding from the Los Angeles School Police Department.
The Los Angeles County Office of Education released new guidelines for reopening schools safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Eleven Los Angeles County Superintendents sent a letter to the governor, LA County Public Health Director, and LA County superintendent, asking for changes to the proposed guidelines issued for reopening schools.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner confirmed the 2020-21 school year will start on August 18 in an interview on Good Day LA Monday.
The Los Angeles Unified School District received a $250,000 grant from television writer/producer Chuck Lorre to support its Grab & Go food centers that are providing meals to families during the COVID-19 pandemic, it was announced Monday.
Play equipment will begin being distributed Monday at Los Angeles Unified School District Grab & Go Food Centers as part of a program to encourage healthy activities for children confined to their homes due to restrictions prompted by the coronavirus outbreak.
Frances Suavillo smiled brightly from her computer screen to mine as we talked about the challenges of ''distance learning'' now that schools are shut down for the rest of the year.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner said schools will remain closed and remote learning would resume through the rest of the school year and summer break amid the coronavirus pandemic in an update Monday.
Spring Break ends Monday for the Los Angeles Unified School District, and students and teachers will continue distance learning.
Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Austin Beutner provided an update Monday morning, saying the district has stepped up to help the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
Thousands of Los Angeles Unified School District students are failing to take part in online classes offered since campuses were closed due to the coronavirus, while the district continues working to provide internet connections for families that need it, Superintendent Austin Beutner said.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is providing 100,000 N-95 masks to 10 area hospitals, Superintendent Austin Beutner said Saturday.