LAUSD Asks Judge to Reveal Child Sex Abuse Victims' Immigration Status

The district’s motion confirms some parents’ fears.

LAUSD School Police Will Give up Grenade Launchers

But the agency is holding onto its Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected armored vehicle.

New Policies Will Limit Los Angeles School Police Arrest Powers

School police will not be allowed to arrest students for alcohol and marijuana possession.

LAUSD Suspensions Down, But They Might Not Tell The Whole Story

Some Los Angeles schools owe their dip in official suspension rates to “off-the-books” suspensions, say advocates.

LAUSD's Anti-Truancy Ticketing Down, But Racial Disparities Up

The significant improvements have come with troubling new developments.

L.A. May Send Hundreds of Foreign Teachers Back to Their Home Countries

Foreign teachers who have been teaching in L.A. schools for more than six years are being forced home.

Black Students in L.A. Suspended at Higher Than Average Rates

African American students in Los Angeles are being suspended at a proportionally higher rate than in the nation’s other largest school systems.

LA Sheriff's Letter to Miramonte Parents: ''We Will Not Ask About Your Immigration Status'

Los Angeles Sheriff Lee Baca on Friday mailed a letter to an estimated 1,400 parents of students at Miramonte Elementary telling them “not to worry about immigration status” if they had any information on the sexual abuse scandal that has plagued the school.

Fear of Deportation Kept L.A. School's Parents From Reporting Sex Abuse

As the Miramonte Elementary School sex scandal grows, new reports claim that some parents didn’t report their children’s abuse because of their legal status.

Hometown Loving Boyle Heights Youth Head to Harvard

Four young Latinos as they explore their post-high school options.

40th Year of the L.A. Unified School District All City Honor Marching Band at Rose Parade

An estimated 91% of students enrolled in the LAUSD are of color.

Poverty Soars Among Children in California School Districts

Between 2007 and 2010, poverty in the state ballooned 30 percent.

Why Los Angeles Police Can't Ticket Students on Their Way to School

Observers say that black and Latino students were ticketed most often. Now, advocates are searching for policies that actually work.

Feds: ESL and Black Students Get Inferior Educations in LAUSD

But will new reforms spread to schools across the country?

LAUSD Agrees to Roll Back Seniority-Based Hiring

The unique ruling places the spotlight on educational equity.