In an effort to foster sharing, collaboration and dialogue between school practitioners, Superintendent Michelle King convened the “Promising Practices” forum.
Board Member Mónica Ratliff and staff joined students from local schools, community members, and civic leaders for the annual March for Justice in commemoration of civil rights leader César E. Chávez, on Sunday, March 20.
The Multi-Craft Core Curriculum will be the basis for a new pre-apprenticeship course that can lead to a well-paid job in the building trades and put students on the track to long-term success.
How do you solve the problems of gender bias and human trafficking? Thanks to the work of eight students from Arleta High School, we are closer to understanding how to answer that question.
More than 1,000 parents, students, teachers and administrators turned out Saturday, March 7, for the inaugural Northwest Fest 2016, a bonanza showcasing arts and academic programs offered at dozens of San Fernando Valley schools.
Project GRAD Los Angeles recognizes Project GRAD Scholars who have completed the college readiness curriculum and have qualified for the Project GRAD Scholarship.
High-tech devices are creating new opportunities for youngsters with limited mobility or other disabilities that may constrain their ability to learn.
Haddon won first place in the Urban Dance Juniors Division. The dancers also won first place in the Winter Jam.
The Los Angeles-Nagoya Sister City Affiliation (LANSCA) is in its 32nd year of offering a Teach in Japan program for qualified District teachers.
Two automotive students from Van Nuys High won $10,000 in scholarships after capturing first prize in the UTI Top Tech Challenge.
Twins Artin and Arthur Kasumyan could have gone to just about any UC or Ivy League college in the fall, but when the Verdugo Hills High seniors were both offered admission to Yale University they jumped for it – literally.
Nearly 1,000 student musicians, dancers and actors performed during Local District Northeast’s inaugural Arts Celebration.
With their candid, inspiring and sometimes anguished messages to their families, three students from L.A. Unified high schools took top honors in the annual Letter to My Parents Contest from among more than 100 entries citywide.
Plastic bags, discarded newspapers, empty soda bottles and aluminum cans, all re-purposed for a fashion show celebrating Earth Day.
After winning first place in regional and state automotive contests, two students from Van Nuys High School moved on to represent California at the national finals in New York City on March 29-31.
The school board has approved spending nearly $356,000 to buy instruments to expand the arts programs at 185 elementary schools, including 30 in Board District 6.
L.A. Unified will display banners at 162 schools - 24 in Board District 6 - where robust programs have earned them a high ranking on the District’s Arts Equity Index.