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America’s Burnt-out Teachers Fear For the Future of Education

The pandemic pushed many educators to their breaking point. The kids will be alright—but only if teachers find their way first
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Judge Rules Negligence Allegation Will Stay in LAUSD Sex Abuse Lawsuit

The suit alleges that L.A. schools did nothing to protect six girls in the Lino Cabrera abuse case

Ransom Hack of L.A. Schools Failed to Access Sensitive Staff and Student Data

The ransom attack on LAUSD appears to have been "even more limited than we originally anticipated," Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says

Hackers Release Stolen Info After LAUSD Refuses to Pay Ransom

More and more school districts and colleges are getting shaken down by ransomware attacks in the last year alone

LAUSD Will Supply All Schools with Narcan After 7 Fentanyl ODs

The L.A. school district is responding after at least 7 Hollywood area high school fentanyl overdoses and one death in one month

L.A. Journalism Teacher Faces Suspension Over Vaccine Story

LAUSD is suspending a high school newspaper advisor for publishing the name of a librarian who left over the vaccine mandate

New CA Law Could Reduce Student Depression by Letting Kids Sleep In

The law, taking effect this school year statewide, will push back start times in response to a national rise in teen sleep deprivation
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Daily Brief: LAUSD Drops Covid Restrictions; San Clemente Could Ban Abortion

Also, do we think Jake Gyllenhaal is tough enough to fill the big burly boots of Patrick Swayze in the upcoming 'Road House' remake.

Back to School: LAUSD Drops Masking and Other COVID Restrictions

Los Angeles Unified School District announced it's easing COVID rules to reflect that the worst of times are over and it’s enough already

The Mystery of the Missing Public School Students

Cityside Column: A statewide tumble in enrollment prompts a search for answer and options