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Outside Hearing Officer to Oversee Ethics Case Against LAUSD Board Member

The Los Angeles City Ethics Commission opted Tuesday to bring in an outside hearing officer to oversee its case against Los Angeles Unified School District Board... Read more »

Edison Acepta Solicitudes de Becas

Se invita a los estudiantes de último año de la preparatoria interesados en seguir carreras de ciencia, tecnología, ingeniería o matemáticas (carreras STEM,... Read more »

Feds Give Calif. Poor Marks On Monitoring Foster Children

The federal government has given California bad marks on monitoring the well-being of children in foster care. State officials were slow to investigate complaints... Read more »

DACA: ¡Renueve! ¡Renueve! ¡Renueve!

Con solo una semana antes de que se cierre la ventana en cual los recipientes de DACA podrán solicitar la renovación de permisos vencidos o que están por vencer,... Read more »

DACA: Renew! Renew! Renew!

With just one week until the window closes for DACA recipients to renew expiring permits, immigrant rights groups, government and school officials and immigration... Read more »

School Board Chief Steps Aside

One week after being charged with perjury and other felonies for allegedly funneling $25,000 of his own money into his campaign by listing phony donors on a disclosure... Read more »

LAUSD to Pay $150 M to Resolve Lawsuit

The Los Angeles Unified School District will pay more than $150 million to 50 schools in primarily low-income areas to resolve a lawsuit accusing the district of... Read more »

L.A. Unified Grads Falling Short In College

In what’s being billed as the first extensive effort to track the college success of Los Angeles Unified School District graduates, a study released Wednesday... Read more »

Dolores Mission Breaks Ground on Expansion

Dolores Mission on Gless Street in Boyle Heights is more than just a church and elementary school, it’s a long time institution that serves as a center of community... Read more »

More Black and Latino Parents See Racial Inequities in School Funding

New America Media – African American and Latino parents see a lack of funding as the biggest cause of racial disparities in education, according to a newly... Read more »

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