Morning Read: LA Unified board discusses Miramonte settlement
Craig Clough | November 19, 2014
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L.A. Unified discusses possible settlement in Miramonte case
The LA Unified board discussed a possible settlement offer Tuesday involving a former Miramonte Elementary teacher accused of abusing students. Los Angeles Times
LAUSD head Cortines to ask for $53 million in bonds to repair MiSiS
LAUSD Superintendent Ramon Cortines said he plans to ask the school board next month for an additional $53 million in bond funding to fix MiSiS. KPCC
Woodland Hills residents protest plans for alternative school
Woodland Hills residents spoke out Tuesday against El Camino Real Charter High School’s plan to relocate its alternative education school. Post Periodical
LAUSD takes away 14 cases from law firm after remarks on lawsuit
LA Unified is reassigning 14 lawsuits it is fighting to different outside counsel after severing ties with a firm it has worked with for years. KPCC
Price tag to fix MiSiS could reach $98 million
The price tag for fixing Los Angeles Unified’s disastrous new computer system could more than triple, reaching nearly $98 million. Los Angeles Daily News
Can LAUSD learn from Long Beach in addressing teacher performance?
Officials with Long Beach Unified School District say their counterparts in L.A. could learn some important lessons from the way they run their schools. KPCC