Parents and community members attended the session to learn about how the LCFF and LCAP affect the funding of local schools and provided input on LCAP priorities.
Over 1,500 students from local high schools attended the event to explore careers in aviation and the aerospace industry.
The United Way of Greater Los Angeles recently honored three Board District 6 teachers with their 2015 Top 25 Inspirational Teachers Award.
Sun Valley Magnet School teamed up with industry professionals to help students explore different disciplines of engineering and inspire them to pursue related careers.
Over 20 parents brainstormed ideas for both improving communication and increasing collaboration between schools and parents.
California high school students in 9th-12th grade are invited to participate in the essay contest to support the world-wide efforts to increase greater awareness of the Armenian Genocide on its centennial anniversary.
The U.S. Department of Education recently announced the availability of free, video-on-demand children’s television programming for thousands of students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing.
PBS Teachers offers an excellent STEM Education Resource Center that includes professional development modules on climate change created by PBS and NASA.
LAUSD is asking school staff, students, and parents and guardians to share their thoughts about their local school through the seventh annual School Experience Survey.
Join Grammy Award-winning East Los Angeles musical legend Los Lobos for a concert to benefit KLCS on May 5, 2015 at The Regent Theater in Downtown Los Angeles.
The resolution calls for the District to present its budget information in a manner that is “accessible and understandable” to the public by the end of the calendar year 2015.
Board Member Ratliff sent a letter to Mayor Eric Garcetti asking for the City’s help in filling the service gap that will be created by the District’s discontinuation of programs for older adults.
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