School Board Member Mónica García: “You are the future Class of 2028”
Partners in the movement for 100% graduation in Los Angeles welcomed 450 high school students at the Third Annual Kids First! Student Empowerment Conference.
Honoring the life and legacy of a true American hero, Cesar E. Chavez, a passionate advocate for poor farmworkers, the Los Angeles School Board today unanimously approved a resolution commemorating his birthday on March 31.
The Board of Education today approved a resolution that celebrates Women’s History Month in March.
Board Member Mónica García calls for more gardens that enhance learning and strengthens community
A 17-year-old senior at Abraham Lincoln High is among only 12 students worldwide to earn a perfect score on the AP Calculus exam, amassing every point possible in one of the most difficult college-level tests.
Today, Michelle King was selected as Superintendent of Schools for the Los Angeles Unified School District.
The Board of Education voted unanimously today to select L.A. Unified veteran Michelle King as superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
LAUSD School Board Member Mónica García issued the following statement on Governor Brown’s proposed education budget for the 2016-17 fiscal year
Los Angeles Unified School District Board Member Mónica García urged her colleagues to vote in favor of investing approximately $600 million in large-scale modernization projects that will improve the facilities at Roosevelt High School and four other school sites. Approximately $137 million is anticipated to be invested in Roosevelt High School alone.
LAUSD Board Member Mónica García, district officials, school community members, and students cut the ribbon to welcome new playground, more classrooms, and greater accessibility.
“Go East LA has given me a better opportunity to go to college”
Los Angeles Unified started the 2015-16 school year smoothly, with its computer network functioning, its schools fully staffed, and its expanded kindergarten program that jump-started the District’s focus on student success.
The group participated in a daylong discussion on ways to reduce disciplinary incidents
Today, the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education voted in favor to build on the momentum that began in 2005 to provide all students with access to and success in college preparation courses.
Approves June as Pride Month
Winners will be honored at the L.A. County Teachers of the Year Luncheon in September
Honoring Outstanding and Innovative Schools
Overall 82 percent of LAUSD students graduate
Superintendent and Board Reach a Tentative Agreement
The Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously today to establish the Girls Academic Leadership Academy, Los Angeles, an all-girls science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) school.
Four students invited to participate in the U.S. Academic Decathlon
Social Workers are Integral Professionals to Get to 100% Graduation