Transparency is key.” – CCSA Email marked “Confidential” The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) is not always a welcoming place for a person who needs accommodations. According to a report released on October 25, 2017, a child with a physical disability would be unable to enter through the main entrance of one-fifth of the […]
It appears that there was a mole in the boardroom as the LAUSD defended itself against a lawsuit from the charter school industry.
Newly released documents confirm what has long been speculated: the charter school industry is running the office of LAUSD Board Member Nick Melvoin.
One charter school cancels its plans to open while another has its records seized by the feds. Both schools have drained badly needed funds from LAUSD students.
The charter industry loses its grip on the LAUSD School Board’s Presidency. Is the oversight of Superintendent Austin Beutner next?
For the third time, Nick Melvoin is unable to get his fellow LAUSD board members to vote on a project that he has been working on for over two years.
For the second time, Nick Melvoin’s attempts to change the LAUSD Board rules have been pulled from the agenda before a vote could be taken.
LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner presented a parcel tax resolution without getting input from the public. The voters rejected his proposal.
Ten months after their representative pleaded guilty to a felony and resigned, the residents of Board District 5 are finally represented again.
Opponents are spending over $1 million to defeat a parcel tax that will fund local education. Is the LAUSD Superintendent helping them?