LAUSD board promotes Michelle King to superintendent
* UPDATED After a three-month nationwide search, the LA Unified school board today kept it all in the family, naming Michelle King, a district teacher and administrator for nearly 30 years, to serve as its new superintendent. She succeeds Ramon Cortines whom she served as chief deputy until he stepped down last month. The 54-year-old...
By Mike Szymanski | January 11, 2016 5:25 pm
10 reasons why we’re (pretty) sure LAUSD gets it done Monday
It’s time, right? We’ve known for ages that Ramon Cortines was stepping down as LA Unified superintendent. The process to replace him has been going on for months, and the end appears in sight. So, here are 10 reasons why we might know the new boss on Monday, when the board is scheduled to meet again....
By LA School Report | January 8, 2016 9:25 am