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LAUSD Extends Its COVID Vaccine Deadline for Staff to November 15

California’s largest school district has pushed back its initial deadline to avoid having to dismiss teachers and disrupt classes after a hectic year
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Thousands of LAUSD Employees Remain Unvaccinated as Deadlines Close In

The country's second-largest school system could be in a bind come October 15
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Exclusive: Cecily Myart-Cruz’s Hostile Takeover of L.A.’s Public Schools

The head of the L.A. teachers' union is ambitious, audacious, and uncompromising. But critics blast her as a demagogue whose gamesmanship during the pandemic took a toll on the kids she claims to fight for
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LAUSD Will Require Weekly COVID Testing for All Students and Staff—Even If They’re Vaxxed

As the pandemic outlook evolves, the nation's second-largest school district is taking extra precautions
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George Clooney and Other Big Stars Launch a Film and TV Magnet School in L.A.

The Roybal School of Film and Television production will prepare a more diverse generation to work in the industry
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In His Final State of the Schools Address, Austin Beutner Calls L.A. a ‘Model for the Nation’

The outgoing LAUSD superintendent took to the stage at the Hollywood Bowl to look back at the highlights of a rocky tenure
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LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner to Step Down in June

The surprise announcement comes as campuses reopen after 13 months of coronavirus closure
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One of My Kids Is Going Back to School. One Isn’t. Here’s How We Did the Math

As LAUSD schools prepare to reopen this week, a family reaches a split decision on in-person instruction
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A Second Group of LAUSD Parents File a Lawsuit for Schools to Fully Reopen

L.A. public schools are set to start a staggered reopening on April 12, but parents’ displeasure with the details of the plan has spawned a pair of lawsuits and plenty of protests
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LAUSD Schools Are Coming Back—but Who’s Going and What Will Classes Look Like?

The nation’s second-largest school district wrestles with an enduring virus and parental worry