LAUSD Board of Education Approves Over $11 Million in Repairs of the Historic John Marshall High School

The tower repairs were initially triggered by deteriorated and failing building elements

Board Meeting Rebroadcasts on KLCS

Missed this week's Board Meeting? Catch it on KLCS!

‘Summer Term’ begins Monday for 65,000 students

Enrollment will be higher than at any time since the recession

‘Summer Term’ begins Monday for 65,000 students

Enrollment will be higher than at any time since the recession

Board Hears Recommendations from Instructional Technology Task Force

Task Force expects to guide putting the report's proposals into practice

Board of Education Approves $7.6 Billion Budget for 2016-17

District plans to expand arts programs, enhance instruction at secondary schools and provide more support for students with high needs.

Lee HS graduate overcomes homelessness, heads to college on full scholarship

Just a short time ago, Class of 2016 Lee High School (now renamed Wisdom High School) graduate Liyjon DeSilva was struggling to find a place to sleep every night, in addition to navigating through the everyday challenges of high school. Now, thanks to teachers,

Construction on new Askew ES to begin as early as September

Site work at Askew Elementary School is underway with construction of the new building scheduled to begin this fall, according to design and construction plans presented to community members on Tuesday. Existing temporary buildings are being removed to make room

State Board of Education seeks public input on assessments and accountability 

Make your voice heard regarding STAAR testing, school ratings, and other state accountability programs. The State Board of Education has launched an online survey to get public feedback, concerns, and suggestions on the state’s current programs. The survey is available

Where students can find free food programs during summer break

Critical information for students in need