A pilot program helped parents learn new skills at the Rosa Parks Learning Center, thanks to the support of Los Angeles Board of Education Member Mónica Ratliff.
Enthusiastic seventh-graders had the opportunity to cap their unit on parts of the heart with a unique hands-on learning experience: they got to dissect sheep hearts.
At James Monroe High School a performing arts program is blooming, thanks to partnerships with the entertainment community.
Principal Lisa Dachs-Ornelas announced that more than 300 books would soon be on the school library shelves, thanks to the Assistance League of Flintridge, which organized a book drive for the school.
Hamilton and Verdugo Hills High Schools are among just 119 nationwide named as GRAMMY Signature Schools semifinalists, in recognition of their outstanding commitment to music education.
A team from Van Nuys High School’s automotive program took first place this week in the National Hot Rod Association’s Top Technician Challenge, beating out students from 18 other schools across Southern California.
The students of the Reseda High School’s award-winning Police Academy Magnet undergo piercing scrutiny from the top brass at LAPD and LASPD.
In October, the Arleta High School community gathered to celebrate the school’s ten-year anniversary and recognition as a California Gold Ribbon School.
Ms. Cuadros used the Heimlich maneuver to save the life of one of her first-grade students at Fair Avenue Elementary in North Hollywood.
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A blue-ribbon panel has released a detailed report that recommends a framework for dealing with the long-term challenges facing the District.
With a monster El Niño system predicted for this winter, Los Angeles Unified crews are hustling to fix roofs, stockpile supplies and storm-proof campuses as it braces for problems that strong storms could bring.
More than 3,300 LAUSD students from 98 high schools have been named Advanced Placement Scholars, a prestigious designation recognizing outstanding achievement on college-level courses and exams.
Deadline: February 2, 2016.