Judge: No intervention similar to Jefferson needed at 6 other schools
A California judge has denied a request for state intervention at six schools for students’ being assigned open classes that lack academic value. The same judge had ordered the state to intervene at LA Unified’s Jefferson High School in October over the same issue and as part of the same lawsuit. Bay Area Superior Court Judge...
By Craig Clough | April 27, 2015
Housing for LAUSD workers; Dorsey High a Green Ribbon winner
LA Unified dusted off its giant ribbon cutting scissors today as Board President Richard Vladovic and officials from Bridge Housing, a property development company, unveiled a 90-unit apartment complex in Gardena that will be home for some lucky district employees who essentially are living in poverty. According to a press release sent out this morning, “Of the...
By LA School Report | April 23, 2015
Lawyers seek state intervention at 2 more LA Unified schools
The group of public interest lawyers that were behind the temporary restraining order that forced the state to fix an array of scheduling problems at Jefferson High School last fall have asked the court for intervention at two more LA Unified schools and three others in the state. ACLU lawyer David Sapp said the order would...
By LA School Report | February 6, 2015