Big news: from LA School Report founder Jamie Alter Lynton
Founder of LA School Report, Jamie Alter Lynton announces a partnership with education news site, The 74 Million
By Jamie Alter Lynton | February 1, 2016
LA School Report welcomes new Executive Editor Laura Greanias
LA School Report didn’t exist when I was an editor at the Los Angeles Times, but I wish it had. Jamie Lynton launched this site three and a half years ago. Since then, most recently as city editor at the Los Angeles Daily News, I found myself turning often to LA School Report for its...
By Laura Greanias | February 1, 2016
Note from the Editor: A day of change for LA School Report
This is a bittersweet day for LA School Report. After two years as our lead reporter, Vanessa Romo is leaving us to pursue a fellowship at Columbia University in New York. She is among three journalists who were selected as the school’s Spencer Fellows in Education Reporting, for a program that provides participants the time...
By Michael Janofsky | July 2, 2015
Our survey results: Readers prefer a special election
The votes are in from our decidedly unscientific poll on what our readers think about the current school board dilemma. A solid majority of LA School Report readers who voted say they preferred that the LA Unified board holds a special election to fill the District 1 seat held by the late Marguerite LaMotte, rather...
By LA School Report | December 17, 2013
Students Matter Recognizes LA School Report
LA School Report is increasingly being recognized for its coverage of critical Los Angeles education issues. The latest example is the site’s inclusion in the Students Matter newsletter for our story about SB 10, the resurrected version of SB 1530: Teacher Dismissal Bill, Redux.
By LA School Report | December 10, 2012