The Armenian Genocide Education Awards recognize teachers for their efforts in incorporating the history of the Armenian Genocide into the curriculum.
The Van Nuys High School performance of ‘In America’ was a personal and heartfelt tribute to the Japanese Americans interned in camps after the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941.
The Los Angeles Jazz Society performed in February at schools throughout L.A. Unified in celebration of Black History Month.
The Literacy Garden was established on the site of the former Arts and Media Building, which was ravaged by fire four years ago.
Fifteen students from the STEAM Magnet at Olive Vista Middle School recently competed in the SkillsUSA Team Engineering Challenge where they took the top prizes.
The summit is designed to engage African American families and provide them with confidence, determination and practical tools and strategies for navigating the school journey.
The Sylmar Neighborhood Council Outreach Committee has displayed exemplary efforts in bringing the Sylmar community and local public schools closer together.
The Decathlon is made up of 10 separate competitions, which this year dealt with the subject of World War II.
Superintendent Michelle King launched the first in a series of videos that will highlight important and timely issues for District students, parents, schools and employees.
In the nation’s second-largest district, all students are exposed to the arts, and we have been working hard over the last three years to increase that access.
L.A. Unified serves breakfast to more low-income students than any district in the nation, with nearly 290,000 youngsters consuming the first meal of the day after they arrive at school.
L.A Unified Superintendent Michelle King was inducted into the African American Hall of Fame for her outstanding achievements in education.
Attempting to ensure fairness and equity for schools to apply for grants.
Seeks to improve the efficiency of the L.A. Unified Service Call mobile application.