CA reaches settlement with 6 schools over no-instruction classes
The state Board of Education today approved a settlement in a lawsuit brought on behalf of students who lost valuable learning time because they were placed in classes that lacked any instructional value. Under the agreement reached in Cruz v. State of California, the state will provide immediate assistance to six high schools, including three...
By LA School Report | November 5, 2015
ACLU to seek state intervention at 2 other LAUSD high schools
Lawyers at the ACLU and Public Counsel plan to ask the state by tomorrow to intervene at LA Unified’s Dorsey High School and Freemont High School in a similar way that it stepped in at Jefferson High School. The move comes after last week’s court-issued temporary restraining order (TRO) that required the state to fix...
By Craig Clough | October 15, 2014