Deasy to Ask Board to Restore Full School Year
Samantha Oltman | November 9, 2012
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Also on the Board agenda for Tuesday, November 13 will be LAUSD Superintendent John Deasy’s proposal to restore the district’s full 180-day academic calendar and repeal all scheduled staff furlough days.
Deasy’s just-announced proposal is motivated by the November 6 passage of Prop. 30, whose approval means that LAUSD doesn’t have to cut $255 million from this year’s budget and, according to Deasy, can afford going back to 180 days of school. See the full press release here.