UTLA members and supporters protested next to the LAUSD Local District Northwest headquarters Dec. 5, calling for more funding for schools, higher salaries and smaller class sizes.
BCCHS athletic trainer arrested for allegedly inappropriately touching minors
Birmingham Community Charter High School athletic trainer Richard Turner was re-arrested on Thursday for allegedly inappropriately touching minors
More than a game: Los Angeles Scrabble Club creates community through competition
Players compete in four rounds of Scrabble each Wednesday night and bond over a love of language.
A driven advocate: Camila Salas shares her voice through journalism
Camila Salas at first hesitated about enrolling in journalism, but gave it a shot and enjoyed it.
‘I’m tired of stagnation’: Protests continue after overturn of Roe v. Wade
Protesters assembled in front of Los Angeles City Hall last weekend to express outrage over the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the 1973 case that established abortion as a constitutional right.
DPMHS students gather for first prom since start of pandemic
Daniel Pearl Magnet High School students enjoyed a festive night of glamor and fun at prom on Friday.
‘I am first and foremost guided by the needs of students,’ Supt. Alberto Carvalho says
In an interview, Superintendent Alberto Carvalho discussed his goals and the progress he’s made in his new role.
Opinion: Let’s stand together, promote intersectional feminism
We should strive to create a country where every woman can succeed, without hurting working-class and marginalized groups.
LAUSD school bus driver shortage leads to reduction in routes, longer rides
A bus driver shortage is impacting the operations of school districts nationwide. LAUSD bus drivers are working longer days and students are getting home later.
Opinion: LAUSD must provide resources to remedy reality of student learning loss
After over a month of in-person learning, the sight of bustling hallways, energetic basketball games and lively classrooms make it tempting to believe that the effects of distance learning are behind us. However, pandemic-induced learning loss still has a colossal...