LA Unified Close to Completing Solar Power Systems
Over the past few years, LA Unified has been implementing a plan to go green by installing solar power systems in 68 schools throughout the district. The plan was well underway last year, and as of today the district is still on track, with 59 schools now equipped with solar power systems and nine left...
By Jessica P. Ogilvie | November 15, 2013
LAUSD Installs More Solar Power
A new plan to install solar power systems in 26 LAUSD schools will help schools create less pollution – and it should save the district $775,000 within a year of installation, according to a SolarCity press release. The 7.4-megawatt clean energy project, which will be installed by SolarCity, is expected to save LAUSD $25 million...
By Samantha Oltman | October 29, 2012
Morning Read: Reform Takes Different Path In LA
Lessons From Los Angeles Unlike New York City–where philanthropic funding supported a top-down approach to reform, a fairly similar set of reform ideas (school level autonomy, choice, and accountability) have spread more slowly and organically in Los Angeles. Education Week (commentary) Education Prize Eludes Corona-Norco District The Corona-Norco Unified School District is a finalist for...
By Hillel Aron | October 24, 2012