The Great Kindness Challenge is an initiative aimed at preventing bullying, improving school climates and increasing student engagement.
The Mayor’s Youth Council is year-long fellowship for Los Angeles high school students to hone their leadership skills.
Challenge Los Angeles is a seven-week competition in which teams strive to devise creative solutions to significant, complex problems facing their communities.
Operation School Bell recently provided new backpacks, books and clothing to hundreds of kids at Northeast San Fernando Valley schools.
National Board Certification is widely considered one of the most significant achievements a teacher can attain.
Marking her first anniversary as chief of L.A. Unified, Superintendent Michelle King said that she is committed to building on the successes of the last year as the District sharpens its focus on preparing all students for college and careers.
The ninth annual School Experience Survey launched, and officials hope to break last-year’s record-high response from students, parents and staff about the climate and educational opportunities at their campus.
Guide Lists Extensive Arts Programs, Representing the District’s Promise of Providing High Quality Arts Education for All Students.
As an organization as large and complex as L.A. Unified, carefully managing the flow and protection of millions of pieces of personal and private information is of paramount importance.
Board of Education directs Superintendent to assess the District’s implementation of the state’s Model School Library Program.
The campaign has been championed by celebrities and government officials.
Urges Creation of a Plan to Close the ‘Achievement Gap’.