A hearing on the motion is scheduled for Oct. 23. In its motion, the district said it was acting in the public's interest
The cash-starved LA school district has chosen the path of least resistance to the corporate world at a time when companies are anxious to get their hands on the young minds of school children.
LAUSD Superintendent Ramon Cortines has announced his intention to retire his post by next Spring. The LA Times reports: The
For decades, the Los Angeles Unified School District has failed generations of children and our society at large in its one mission: to educate, to prepare our kids for success in life and give them the evergreen gift of education.
The idea that we can wait, to paraphrase Martin Luther King, for the system to somehow fix itself is unacceptable. The lives of the 700,000 students currently in the LAUSD are at stake.